Fresh from Shenzhen honours, Hong Kong property tycoon Gordon Wu blames local leadership for city’s land issues, lack of competitive edge

Gordon Wu Ying-sheung, the only Hong Kong property tycoon honoured for his contributions to Shenhzen’s rise during President Xi Jinping’s visit to the city on Wednesday, has lashed out at local officials for their “inefficiency and incapability” in solving his hometown’s land problems.The strongly worded criticisms came a day after Xi hailed Shenzhen as an “important engine” for the development of the Greater Bay Area in a speech that marked the 40th anniversary of the Guangdong city’s special…

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