No plans to waive stamp duty for mainland Chinese home buyers in Hong Kong, city’s finance chief says in rejecting media reports quoting top adviser

Executive Council member Regina Ip earlier told Bloomberg move could be considered as a way to shore up economy and reverse brain drain.

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