People are seen reflected in an awning next to office buildings in Hong Kong’s Central district on June 7. Photo: Bloomberg
People are seen reflected in an awning next to office buildings in Hong Kong’s Central district on June 7. Photo: Bloomberg
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Abacus by Neil Newman

After G7 tax deal, here’s how Hong Kong can keep its edge

  • Hong Kong’s tax rates are among the lowest in the world, attracting family offices and wealth managers for the mega rich
  • But the city’s government may need to address a lack of whistle-blower protection and modern day slavery legislation if it is to remain competitive

People are seen reflected in an awning next to office buildings in Hong Kong’s Central district on June 7. Photo: Bloomberg
People are seen reflected in an awning next to office buildings in Hong Kong’s Central district on June 7. Photo: Bloomberg
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