A man jogs in front of newly constructed residential and commercial projects in Sydney. Overseas properties have become cheaper as regional currencies weakened against Hong Kong’s pegged dollar. Photo: AFP A man jogs in front of newly constructed residential and commercial projects in Sydney. Overseas properties have become cheaper as regional currencies weakened against Hong Kong’s pegged dollar. Photo: AFP
A man jogs in front of newly constructed residential and commercial projects in Sydney. Overseas properties have become cheaper as regional currencies weakened against Hong Kong’s pegged dollar. Photo: AFP

Developers target Hong Kong buyers for overseas property, as local dollar becomes Asia’s strongest currency amid coronavirus pandemic

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Topic |   International Property
A man jogs in front of newly constructed residential and commercial projects in Sydney. Overseas properties have become cheaper as regional currencies weakened against Hong Kong’s pegged dollar. Photo: AFP A man jogs in front of newly constructed residential and commercial projects in Sydney. Overseas properties have become cheaper as regional currencies weakened against Hong Kong’s pegged dollar. Photo: AFP
A man jogs in front of newly constructed residential and commercial projects in Sydney. Overseas properties have become cheaper as regional currencies weakened against Hong Kong’s pegged dollar. Photo: AFP
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