Financial Secretary Paul Chan said he believed the impact of the US-China trade war was manageable. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

World’s most expensive housing market is getting even pricier with mortgages in Hong Kong eating up almost 70 per cent of monthly income

  • City’s financial chief Paul Chan issues affordability warning as costs soar beyond levels of 1997 housing boom
  • Mortgages eat up 70 per cent of people’s monthly incomes
Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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Financial Secretary Paul Chan said he believed the impact of the US-China trade war was manageable. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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