Review of Hong Kong’s Money: The History, Logic and Operation of the Currency Peg

Tony Latter, Hong Kong's Money: The History, Logic and Operation of the Currency Peg, Hong Kong University Press, 164 pages.

Tony Latter has synthesised and updated a body of research that is of perennial interest to monetary policymakers, economic historians and market practitioners: the workings of Hong Kong's currency board. The continuing interest in Hong Kong's monetary arrangements reflects the territory's unique history and position in the world. The author's professional and practical

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