A wave of people leaving Hong Kong in the wake of 2019’s social unrest and the later introduction of a controversial national security law has proved insufficient to dampen the city’s famously lofty property market.Home prices, which took a small hit from the coronavirus pandemic, are once again on the rise and approaching previous record highs. The reasons are numerous, and include a lack of supply and the fact not everyone leaving chooses to sell up, according to analysts.“While a higher…


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