Hong Kong’s property sector has taken a beating in recent months, but finance chief Paul Chan remains optimistic. Pictured, the residential buildings in Yau Tong in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung Hong Kong’s property sector has taken a beating in recent months, but finance chief Paul Chan remains optimistic. Pictured, the residential buildings in Yau Tong in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong’s property sector has taken a beating in recent months, but finance chief Paul Chan remains optimistic. Pictured, the residential buildings in Yau Tong in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung

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  • Paul Chan delivers upbeat assessment of property market, saying conditions are much better now than during the previous health crisis
  • Government sees no need to relax cooling measures and will continue to supply land for new offices

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Hong Kong’s property sector has taken a beating in recent months, but finance chief Paul Chan remains optimistic. Pictured, the residential buildings in Yau Tong in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung Hong Kong’s property sector has taken a beating in recent months, but finance chief Paul Chan remains optimistic. Pictured, the residential buildings in Yau Tong in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong’s property sector has taken a beating in recent months, but finance chief Paul Chan remains optimistic. Pictured, the residential buildings in Yau Tong in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung
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