The central government has hinted that an exemption is on the way for Hongkongers living and working on the mainland. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong’s top talent will be first to enjoy tax favours in Guangdong, vice-governor Lin Shaochun vows

  • Authorities are reviewing policies on accommodation, health care and taxation for Hong Kong and Macau youth working in province
  • Tax favour policy will be aimed at high-end workers in advanced manufacturing and professional services
Topic |   Greater Bay Area

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The central government has hinted that an exemption is on the way for Hongkongers living and working on the mainland. Photo: Roy Issa
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(From left) Manson Chow, Denis Huen, Ernest Chan, William Du Fengjie and Amy Yuen from the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Photo: Tony Cheung

Change tax and money transfer rules to help Hong Kong youth embrace Greater Bay Area plan, local groups say

  • Some 68 per cent of Hongkongers between 18 and 39 say they aren’t willing to work in Guangdong cities under integration project
  • More than 80 per cent cite differences between Hong Kong and mainland Chinese legal systems as problematic
Topic |   Greater Bay Area

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(From left) Manson Chow, Denis Huen, Ernest Chan, William Du Fengjie and Amy Yuen from the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Photo: Tony Cheung
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