Potential buyers examine the Grand Central Phase 2, a Kwun Tong residential project by Sino Land and the Urban Renewal Authority. Photo: Edmond So

China liaison office increases its Hong Kong property portfolio to more than 280 flats after its latest purchase

  • Central government’s liaison office, which is exempt from stamp duties, has acquired a real estate portfolio that includes more than 280 residential properties
  • Calls for office to be more transparent about businesses it is engaged in and what other subsidiary companies it controls
Topic |   Hong Kong property

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Potential buyers examine the Grand Central Phase 2, a Kwun Tong residential project by Sino Land and the Urban Renewal Authority. Photo: Edmond So
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