Permanent accommodation for the HKMA

ARTICLE - Joseph Yam, chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, in his weekly column on the HKMA website, says that the strong reaction from some politicians about the planned purchase, through the Exchange Fund, of a permanent office for the HKMA touches on larger issues concerning the accountability and independence of central banking institutions.

"Permanent accommodation for the HKMA" by Joseph Yam

The decision by the Financial Secretary, as controller of the Exchange Fund, to

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