A Ferrari California T on a road in The Peak, one of Hong Kong’s most affluent neighbourhoods, in 2015. The gini coefficient for Hong Kong was 0.54 in 2016, a record high that indicates the income gap is growing. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s top 1.5 per cent contribute more than a third of city’s income tax revenue

Data shows the highest earners paid HK$22.8 billion of the city’s HK$63.6 billion in salaries tax – but some lawmakers say the richest need to pay more   

Topic |   Hong Kong Budget 2018-2019

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A Ferrari California T on a road in The Peak, one of Hong Kong’s most affluent neighbourhoods, in 2015. The gini coefficient for Hong Kong was 0.54 in 2016, a record high that indicates the income gap is growing. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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