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Hong Kong Technology Venture Company Limited (HKTVY)

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At close: 9:30AM EDT
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  • South China Morning Post

    Hong Kong 'naturally' suited to developing carbon trading products, can leverage Guangzhou exchange link, experts say

    It was not too late for Hong Kong to develop carbon emissions futures products, as the market in mainland China was still in its nascent stages, and exchanges overseas did not cover carbon emissions offsets traded in the world's second-largest economy, industry watchers said. The city was also a natural place to host a voluntary carbon trading platform because it was an international finance hub, as well as the largest offshore yuan centre. "With proximity to mainland China and unique access to

  • South China Morning Post

    Carrie Lam sets Hong Kong up to enhance role as link between China and international financial markets in policy address

    Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Hong Kong's leader, on Wednesday outlined a number of measures aimed at further enhancing the city's role as an international financial hub amid an ongoing integration with Beijing's Greater Bay Area development plan. The measures laid out by Lam, who was giving her last policy address as the city's chief executive, included allowing mainland Chinese investors to trade Hong Kong stocks in the yuan and deepening collaboration between exchange operators in Hong Kong and

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