The Hong Kong government is issuing new bonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents a larger stake in the city’s key finance sector. Photo: AFP The Hong Kong government is issuing new bonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents a larger stake in the city’s key finance sector. Photo: AFP
The Hong Kong government is issuing new bonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents a larger stake in the city’s key finance sector. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong to issue new iBonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents bigger slice of financial services pie: Paul Chan

  • Government to issue up to HK$13 billion in debt, including iBonds featuring a guaranteed interest rate of 2 per cent
  • The financial sector is a ‘pillar’ of the Hong Kong economy, finance chief notes, but ‘it would be better if it could let the general public take part’

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The Hong Kong government is issuing new bonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents a larger stake in the city’s key finance sector. Photo: AFP The Hong Kong government is issuing new bonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents a larger stake in the city’s key finance sector. Photo: AFP
The Hong Kong government is issuing new bonds with guaranteed interest rates to give residents a larger stake in the city’s key finance sector. Photo: AFP
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