A residential area in Sai Wan Ho. In 2012, a buyers’ stamp duty of 15 per cent was introduced to cool Hong Kong’s heated property market. Photo: Nora Tam

‘We need an answer’: Hong Kong lawmakers slam government for waiving HK$129.7 million worth of stamp duties for Beijing’s proxies in property market

  • Mainland agencies had HK$129.7 million worth of stamp duties waived for 77 properties bought since 2012
  • Of those properties, 63 were bought by subsidiaries of a central government agency
Topic |   Hong Kong property

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A residential area in Sai Wan Ho. In 2012, a buyers’ stamp duty of 15 per cent was introduced to cool Hong Kong’s heated property market. Photo: Nora Tam
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