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Showing posts with label free trade zone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label free trade zone. Show all posts

Monday, April 25, 2016

Hong Kong gold exchange expanding into Chinese free trade zones

With the establishment of a new gold price mechanism at the Shanghai Gold Exchange earlier this week, the wheels are now being set in motion for expanding the use of gold and gold services throughout every part of China’s dominion.  And on April 24, the Hong Kong gold exchange teamed up with the world’s second largest bank, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), to launch physical gold exchange services in the first of many free trade zones.

China has already announced that all along the new Silk Road, and in free trade zones that they are creating with local and international partners, banking facilities would be constructed to aid in both trade and commercial investment, which over time would promote the use of gold in the process.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Dubai capable to host RMB clearing hub, wants more Chinese financial investment: official

Dubai has the potential to host a clearing hub for the Chinese currency, and seeks to attract additional Chinese financial firms to invest in the emirate, head of a local free trade zone said on Wednesday.
Essa Kazim, chairman of the free zone Dubai international financial center (DIFC) authority, said the DIFC could become a clearing hub for the Chinese currency RMB. Earlier in April this year, Qatar established the first RMB clearing hub in the Middle East in Doha.
Earlier in the week, ICBC, the world's largest bank, listed a 500 million dollar bond, the first dollar bond by a Chinese lender in the Middle East, on the Nasdaq Dubai, the international capital market which is located in the DIFC.
Zhou Xiaodong, general manager ICBC Middle East, told Xinhua he hopes for more Chinese firms to follow and to list bonds on Dubai in order to create a liquid market in Dubai as a financial link between the Middle East and East Asia.
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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Since the U.S. continues to sanction Cuba, door opens for Russia to move in

Despite the hoopla that President Obama tried to cash in on when he spoke about improving ties with Cuba late last year, little has changed regarding the overall relationship between Castro and Washington.  However, because of Congress’s unwillingness to forgive events that took place more than 50 years ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin sees a new opportunity in the island nation just 90 miles off America’s border and is proposing an economic partnership that would result in a new international airport that would become a gateway to Latin America.

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