Hong Kong’s government is looking to tap China’s US$15 trillion bond market for growth, as it proposed creating a trans-border investment channel that can turn the city into a regional centre for trading fixed-income financial products. It also unveiled plans to raise the ceiling on its own fundraising via bond sales.In his 2020-21 budget speech, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po announced a range of measures to bolster the development of Hong Kong’s bond market, which the government said…



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