Beijing’s liaison office owns more than 280 properties in Hong Kong, including the 20 flats it bought last week at Grand Central in Kwun Tong for HK$247.5 million. Photo: Martin Chan
Beijing’s liaison office owns more than 280 properties in Hong Kong, including the 20 flats it bought last week at Grand Central in Kwun Tong for HK$247.5 million. Photo: Martin Chan
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Beijing liaison office denies report of renting out staff housing for profit, threatens to sue Hong Kong newspaper for ‘distorting facts’

  • Central government’s office, which is exempt from stamp duties, has snapped up more than 280 residential properties
  • Official says all flats are used as offices and dormitories, warns legal action against ‘hostile defamation’

Beijing’s liaison office owns more than 280 properties in Hong Kong, including the 20 flats it bought last week at Grand Central in Kwun Tong for HK$247.5 million. Photo: Martin Chan
Beijing’s liaison office owns more than 280 properties in Hong Kong, including the 20 flats it bought last week at Grand Central in Kwun Tong for HK$247.5 million. Photo: Martin Chan
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