Growth in Bric nations may not help global economy
China's growth as a consumer in the energy and commodities global market could eventually sway price movements, says Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange’s Cheung
China has further liberalised its interbank market to let banks transfer loans to each other
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On shaky ground
Move by financial institutions on the mainland may blunt efforts by Hong Kong banks to establish the special administrative region as a pre-eminent centre for offshore renminbi trading
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