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
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’

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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
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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