How Hong Kong can help fund Belt and Road

China's leading financial centre is making great strides to become an infrastructure funding hub, writes HKMA's Vincent Lee.

As Asia’s premier international financial centre, Hong Kong is important to the success of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

Although geographically far from many likely Belt and Road projects, Hong Kong is still best placed to deliver the necessary funding and investment that these projects need, as well as auxiliary professional and risk-management services.

The aim of the Belt and Road action plan, which China unveiled in 2013, is to build a secure and efficient network of land, sea and air passages from China to Europe and Africa. It is why Hong Kong is seeking to become a major hub for infrastructure finance and investment by...

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