As the US continues to print money and tolerate a cavernous trade gap, regional policy-makers are buying the greenback and imposing capital controls to defend export-led economies from local currency appreciation....
Citi and HSBC have newly established family office units in the region just weeks after similar moves by Credit Suisse and UBS.
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