A planned amendment to the personal income tax law would require Hongkongers who live and make their main income on the mainland for more than 183 days a year to pay tax on other earnings they have made elsewhere.

Review of mainland China’s tax rules is needed

A plan that would pull many Hongkongers who work on the mainland into the nation’s tax net has prompted calls for an exemption. Such a move would be good for Hong Kong, the mainland and the Greater Bay Area scheme

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A planned amendment to the personal income tax law would require Hongkongers who live and make their main income on the mainland for more than 183 days a year to pay tax on other earnings they have made elsewhere.
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