Christopher Hui Ching-yu, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, speaks via video at the 1st Greater Bay Area Green and Sustainable Finance Summit. Photo: Handout
Christopher Hui Ching-yu, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, speaks via video at the 1st Greater Bay Area Green and Sustainable Finance Summit. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong to expand government green bond issuance fivefold as Greater Bay Area cities aim to boost sustainable finance

  • Hong Kong will expand its issuance of government green bonds more than fivefold in the next five years, city’s finance and treasury secretary says
  • Shenzhen and Guangzhou are also boosting sustainable finance as China faces an annual investment gap of up to US$590 billion for green projects

Christopher Hui Ching-yu, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, speaks via video at the 1st Greater Bay Area Green and Sustainable Finance Summit. Photo: Handout
Christopher Hui Ching-yu, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, speaks via video at the 1st Greater Bay Area Green and Sustainable Finance Summit. Photo: Handout
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