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China central bank to issue 30 billion yuan worth of bills in Hong Kong

Reuters India Wednesday, 19 June 2019
China's central bank said on Wednesday it will sell a total of 30 billion yuan ($4.35 billion) worth of yuan-denominated bills in Hong Kong on June 26, the fourth sale of such offshore bills in the city.
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Protests in Hong Kong continued into the night on Sunday, as demonstrators demanded their leader step down over a China extradition bill. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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