Mainland China’s companies and business executives, the vital lifeblood in sustaining Hong Kong’s commercial and luxury residential real estate, are showing tentative signs of returning to the city, drawn by a spate of stock listings that require them to set up offices locally, analysts said.The Chinachem Group, which owns and develops high-end apartments, offices and shopping centres in Hong Kong, recently leased one of its luxury flats to a Chinese client for HK$200,000 (US$25,800) a month,…


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