Hong Kong pegged its currency to the US dollar in 1983 when negotiations between Beijing and London over the city's return to Chinese rule spurred capital outflows. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong pegged its currency to the US dollar in 1983 when negotiations between Beijing and London over the city's return to Chinese rule spurred capital outflows. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong pegged its currency to the US dollar in 1983 when negotiations between Beijing and London over the city's return to Chinese rule spurred capital outflows. Photo: Sam Tsang

China uptick, easy money drive demand for HKD

Hong Kong pegged its currency to the US dollar in 1983 when negotiations between Beijing and London over the city's return to Chinese rule spurred capital outflows. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong pegged its currency to the US dollar in 1983 when negotiations between Beijing and London over the city's return to Chinese rule spurred capital outflows. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong pegged its currency to the US dollar in 1983 when negotiations between Beijing and London over the city's return to Chinese rule spurred capital outflows. Photo: Sam Tsang
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