The Hong Kong Real Estate Developers Association held a regular meeting today (24th) at 1 pm to discuss the news that the Beijing government has proposed a new task to the Hong Kong real estate tycoon, asking for help to solve the problem of destabilizing housing shortages.
Clarify that the Chamber of Commerce and its members have not heard
The Secretary-General of the Hong Kong Real Estate Developers Association, Long Hanbiao and several senior developers, met with the media to clarify after the meeting. The Chamber and its members have never heard of the news. He also pointed out that the Land Development Association has been paying attention to people’s livelihood issues and discussing countermeasures with the government. The Chamber of Commerce will do its best Support the government to increase housing supply and improve people's livelihood.
Regarding whether the market news circulated in recent days will feel pressure, Long Hanbiao said, "I don’t see that there will be pressure, and reports will report, but we can only make it clear to everyone what I know and the results of the meeting." It is reiterated that the Chamber of Commerce and the government have always tried to solve the problems faced by Hong Kong, including land, housing, social, economic and people's livelihood.
Last week foreign media reported that the Beijing government proposed new tasks
Last Friday (17th) "Reuters" stated that the Beijing government had proposed a new task to the Hong Kong real estate tycoon, asking for help to solve the housing shortage that may destabilize, and was told that "the rules of the game have changed" and that the Chinese government is no longer willing to tolerate " Monopolistic behavior".
A week later, the Hong Kong Real Estate Developers Association held a regular meeting at 1 pm today to discuss the above matters.
The Land Development Association issued a statement to clarify that the relevant news has not been heard.
(Information on the website of the Land Development Association)
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Leung Chi Kin said that he had not received notice or was related to real estate developers with sufficient farmland reserves