Currently, the waiting time for public rental flats in Hong Kong can be as long as five years. The situation in the private market is just as woeful. Photo: Winson Wong Currently, the waiting time for public rental flats in Hong Kong can be as long as five years. The situation in the private market is just as woeful. Photo: Winson Wong
Currently, the waiting time for public rental flats in Hong Kong can be as long as five years. The situation in the private market is just as woeful. Photo: Winson Wong
SCMP Editorial
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Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Despite the protests, focus on housing

  • The government continues to lower its target for new supply of flats over the coming years, even as prices rise and units get smaller

Currently, the waiting time for public rental flats in Hong Kong can be as long as five years. The situation in the private market is just as woeful. Photo: Winson Wong Currently, the waiting time for public rental flats in Hong Kong can be as long as five years. The situation in the private market is just as woeful. Photo: Winson Wong
Currently, the waiting time for public rental flats in Hong Kong can be as long as five years. The situation in the private market is just as woeful. Photo: Winson Wong
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