Hong Kong urged to speed up commodity pricing in RMB

As HKEx positions itself to be at the heart of China's commodity trade, some say it should be pricing more contracts in RMB

Hong Kong in danger of falling behind in commodity RMB pricing

Hong Kong should step up its effort to price commodity contracts in renminbi if the offshore trading hub does not want to see the newly forged Shanghai free trade zone take over the role of creating RMB pricing in the market.

These were comments made at the second annual RMB Fixed Income and Currency Conference on June 11, hosted by Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx), and feed into the debate about how Hong Kong can reposition itself in the wake of increasing internationalisation of the

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