China Overseas Land & Investment's One Kai Tak located at Muk Ning Street in Kai Tak. Photo: Edward Wong
Jake Van Der Kamp
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Jake's View by Jake Van Der Kamp

For once, we’re right to reject the city’s surfeit of public works of dubious purpose

Hong Kong Construction Alliance says it needs HK$70b of new public projects every year, but public sector construction expenditure is already running at more than HK$100b

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China Overseas Land & Investment's One Kai Tak located at Muk Ning Street in Kai Tak. Photo: Edward Wong
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