Financial Secretary Paul Chan said some residents will not get their tax bills until April. Photo: Edmond SoFinancial Secretary Paul Chan said some residents will not get their tax bills until April. Photo: Edmond So
Financial Secretary Paul Chan said some residents will not get their tax bills until April. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong protests have cost government billions in tax dollars after trashing of Legislative Council building in July

  • Legco building was damaged in July and delay in legislation means some residents will not get their bills until April

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Financial Secretary Paul Chan said some residents will not get their tax bills until April. Photo: Edmond SoFinancial Secretary Paul Chan said some residents will not get their tax bills until April. Photo: Edmond So
Financial Secretary Paul Chan said some residents will not get their tax bills until April. Photo: Edmond So
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