A woman leaves a currency exchange booth in Tsim Sha Tsui in June 2020. Hong Kong’s dollar peg has allowed the government to be too passive, even when assets are bubbling in plain sight. Photo: Sam Tsang A woman leaves a currency exchange booth in Tsim Sha Tsui in June 2020. Hong Kong’s dollar peg has allowed the government to be too passive, even when assets are bubbling in plain sight. Photo: Sam Tsang
A woman leaves a currency exchange booth in Tsim Sha Tsui in June 2020. Hong Kong’s dollar peg has allowed the government to be too passive, even when assets are bubbling in plain sight. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Hong Kong’s dollar peg is worrying as the US continues to print money

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A woman leaves a currency exchange booth in Tsim Sha Tsui in June 2020. Hong Kong’s dollar peg has allowed the government to be too passive, even when assets are bubbling in plain sight. Photo: Sam Tsang A woman leaves a currency exchange booth in Tsim Sha Tsui in June 2020. Hong Kong’s dollar peg has allowed the government to be too passive, even when assets are bubbling in plain sight. Photo: Sam Tsang
A woman leaves a currency exchange booth in Tsim Sha Tsui in June 2020. Hong Kong’s dollar peg has allowed the government to be too passive, even when assets are bubbling in plain sight. Photo: Sam Tsang
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