Hong Kong launched a new euro clearing system yesterday, allowing domestic and regional financial institutions an opportunity to settle euro transactions real-time in the Asian time zone.
Commissioned by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Hong Kong's central bank, with Standard Chartered Bank acting as settlement institution, the system has been embrace
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