Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says halving the quota could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problem. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says halving the quota could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problem. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says halving the quota could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problem. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam dismisses property tycoon Adam Kwok’s call to halve the quota of mainland Chinese relocating to city

  • Lam says move could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problems
  • Kwok, executive director of Sun Hung Kai Properties, earlier argued the government could ease cross-border tensions by halving the daily quota from 150 to 75

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says halving the quota could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problem. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says halving the quota could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problem. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says halving the quota could send the wrong message that the one-way permit scheme intended for family reunion is blamed for the ongoing social problem. Photo: May Tse
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