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Renminbi-denominated structured products are being issued by banks as part of Beijing's incentive to make Hong Kong its offshore renminbi centre.
Deutsche Bank claims to be the first major dealer to offer offshore renminbi on an electronic trading platform, although forex broker EBS says it already offers a hybrid broking service for the offshore Chinese currency. Together, however, the initiatives...
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Speculative inflows into the region could present a greater threat to the region than the global financial crisis, according to senior regional government and regulatory officials attending the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong.
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