Japan, Hong Kong to link central bank systems for easier cross-border trade

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan and Hong Kong will connect their financial systems to immediately settle transactions involving assets denominated in their respective currencies, the Bank of Japan said on Tuesday, in what is likely the first such attempt by any …
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