Hong Kong government looks to green bonds sale in yuan as way of consolidating city’s role as global offshore hub for RMB

The Hong Kong government plans to raise the sale of green bonds in yuan, after the successful launch of a euro-denominated one last week, to further consolidate the city’s role as the global offshore RMB business hub, the city’s finance chief said on Sunday.In his weekly blog post, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said the US$3 billion of Eurobonds and dollar-denominated debt issued last Thursday had recorded a satisfactory subscription.“We are also actively preparing for the issuance of…


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