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Hong Kong protests

Payback: China presses Hong Kong magnates to share the wealth

Beijing pushes super-rich to help solve city's chronic housing shortage

Of Hong Kong's big four property developers -- Adrian Cheng, Raymond Kwok, Li Ka-shing and Lee Shau Kee -- only three have answered Beijing's call to resolve the city's housing crisis. (Nikkei montage/Getty images/AP/Reuters)

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong's real estate tycoons are belatedly learning the merits of inclusive capitalism -- but only with a prod from Beijing.

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