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I notice that Hong Kong is listed as a separate country, while Macau is listed as simply in China. First off, I would suggest listing Hong Kong as a part of China, since it is not an independent state, but if not, at least make the article consistent and treat Macau the same, since they're both pretty much the same in terms of autonomy.--RM (Be my friend) 07:50, 17 October 2014 (UTC)
Hong Kong and Macau are both part of China, I'm not sure why it's the only country on the list to include second tier administration units. For example, should One World Trade Center be located in New York State instead of USA? Mattximus (talk) 15:57, 28 February 2015 (UTC)
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Not done: My understanding (based on this, which this list is sourced from) is that buildings do not count in this list until completion, and this building will not be completed until 2015. (Note that completion means the building needs to actually be habitable, not just topped off.) It is currently listed in the Skyscrapers under construction section. BryanG (talk) 03:48, 18 October 2014 (UTC)
Done432 Park Avenue was topped out last week according to reliable sources such as the New York Times. As such it can be included in this list. Note that the CTBUH can sometimes be a little slow in updating its database, but that is not too much of a problem if another reliable source has the news. Astronaut (talk) 11:28, 19 October 2014 (UTC)