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When it comes to staying attractive to the rich, Asia’s two rival financial centers have always tried to played their tax policies against each other.

Hong Kong abolished its estate duty in 2006; Singapore followed suit in 2008. And after Singapore made a play for large family offices, Hong Kong, which boasts the highest population of uber-wealthy after New York, started looking at its own tax code to see where it could do better.

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