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Mainland, Hong Kong authorities start discussion on southbound trading under Bond Connect

Discussions have begun to allow Chinese investors to trade bonds in Hong Kong, a move that will “generate enormous opportunities” for the city’s financial services industry and has the potential to strengthen its status as an international financial centre.

China’s central bank and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority are discussing a plan for opening a “southbound” channel in the Bond Connect program that would allow Chinese mainland investors to trade offshore bonds on the Hong . . .

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