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Chicken and egg

17 December 2010 By Wei Gu

Yuandenominated IPOs are a hot topic for Hong Kong’s banks, and are a logical part of China’s global currency plans. But liquidity and China’s capital controls are likely to put issuers off. Whether it becomes reality is for Beijing, not the scheme’s cheerleaders, to decide.

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