Hong Kong’s skyline from a building in the city. Fiscal viability allows Hong Kong to take care of immediate economic strains and invest in the future simultaneously. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong’s skyline from a building in the city. Fiscal viability allows Hong Kong to take care of immediate economic strains and invest in the future simultaneously. Photo: Reuters
Gavin Morgan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Gavin Morgan

Hong Kong needs bold land-supply initiatives to underpin next growth phase into a smart city

  • Housing production is only expected to meet 43 per cent of the volume needed in the next 10 years to improve the living standard in the city
  • Provide sufficient sites for data centres and tech parks to facilitate a tech-driven economy to complement reliance on finance, property sectors

Hong Kong’s skyline from a building in the city. Fiscal viability allows Hong Kong to take care of immediate economic strains and invest in the future simultaneously. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong’s skyline from a building in the city. Fiscal viability allows Hong Kong to take care of immediate economic strains and invest in the future simultaneously. Photo: Reuters
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