A view of Shenzhen, mainland China, from Hong Kong, whose city residents face paying tax on global earnings north of the border. Photo: AFP

How Hongkongers working in mainland China can avoid global income tax

  • As long as they do not have a home or a family there, a 30-day trip from the country every five years could be enough to avoid the extra levy
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A view of Shenzhen, mainland China, from Hong Kong, whose city residents face paying tax on global earnings north of the border. Photo: AFP
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