The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
Green bonds

Hong Kong government keen on public to take part in US$22.5 billion green bond issuance programme

  • Hong Kong government plans to issue HK$175.5 billion (US$22.5 billion) worth of green bonds in a bid to make city a hub for sustainable finance, says Paul Chan
  • Some of the bond issuances will be open to the general public to allow them ‘to reap the benefits’ of sustainable development

Topic |   Green bonds
The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
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