Income inequality in Hong Kong has hit its highest level in almost 50 years as a red-hot property bubble squeezes the financial hub's most vulnerable and risks fuelling social tensions, Income inequality in the financial hub of Hong Kong has hit its highest level in almost 50 years as a red-hot property bubble squeezes the city's most vulnerable and risks further fuelling social tensions, according to a household income report published by Oxfam this month. Ciara Lee reports.
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