Central bank chiefs open Hong Kong meeting

Central bank governors began a two-day meeting in Hong Kong Sunday to exchange views on the latest global economic and financial situation as well as exchange rates regimes and plans to combat terrorist financing in the region.

The meeting follows a gathering of G7 finance ministers and central bank governors' in Boca Raton, Florida on Friday and Saturday.

At the Hong Kong meeting of the Bank for International Settlements yesterday were governors and senior representatives from 16 central banks

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