Pedestrians walk past the Exchange Square complex which houses the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, on March 23. Instead of a stamp duty increase, the government should look at tightening listing regulations. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past the Exchange Square complex which houses the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, on March 23. Instead of a stamp duty increase, the government should look at tightening listing regulations. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Government should not be undermining Hong Kong’s business strengths

  • With 21-day quarantines hurting aviation and a rise in stamp duty dampening stock market competitiveness, perhaps more businesspeople should join governance

Pedestrians walk past the Exchange Square complex which houses the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, on March 23. Instead of a stamp duty increase, the government should look at tightening listing regulations. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past the Exchange Square complex which houses the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, on March 23. Instead of a stamp duty increase, the government should look at tightening listing regulations. Photo: Bloomberg
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