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Tycoon Li Ka-shing sees Hong Kong property prices rising amid curbs

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The government in November increased the stamp duty to 15 per cent for all residential purchases, excluding first-time buyers who are permanent residents.

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HONG KONG'S richest man Li Ka-shing expects property prices in the city will rise "a little bit" this year, even as the government takes steps to cool the world's costliest real estate market.

The government in November increased the stamp duty to 15 per cent for all

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