Hong Kong’s commercial property prices jumped 16 per cent in the three years to March 2016, making the city the world’s costliest urban centre to live and work in. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong’s record office rents drive more firms out of Central to outer suburbs

Reflecting the change in business dynamics, mainland Chinese firms are moving into Central while European and US firms are shifting out

Topic |   Hong Kong property

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Hong Kong’s commercial property prices jumped 16 per cent in the three years to March 2016, making the city the world’s costliest urban centre to live and work in. Photo: Robert Ng
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