Hong Kong gives first-home buyers a leg-up with ‘adjustment’ to decade-old stamp duty

Hong Kong’s government will scrap a decade-old stamp duty on mass-market homes to help the city’s first-home buyers get on the property ladder, as it looks to make housing more affordable in the world’s most unaffordable housing markets.

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