on the People's Republic of China Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
January 11, 2016
May 9, 2014
November 30, 2011
November 22, 2010
November 23, 2009
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2016)
Please refer to more recent Press Release/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Financial Services Bureau
People's Republic of China
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Updated November 24, 2016
|Listed below are items related to the People's Republic of China Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|March 02, 2001 -- People's Republic of China -- Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: 2000 Article IV Consultation--Staff Report and Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion|
Series: Country Report No. 01/43
|January 11, 2001 -- News Brief: IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler Opens Hong Kong Sub-Office|
|January 11, 2001 -- Opening of the IMF's Hong Kong SAR Resident Representative Office -- Remarks by Horst Köhler|
|January 06, 2001 -- Exchange Rate Regimes: Is the Bipolar View Correct? -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Prepared for delivery as the Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government, jointly sponsored by the American Economic Association and the Society of Government Economists, at the meetings of the American Economic Association, New Orleans
|September 23, 2000 -- News Brief: IMF Signs Agreement With People's Republic of China To Establish Hong Kong Sub-Office|
|August 25, 2000 -- Factors Driving Global Economic Integration -- by Michael Mussa, Economic Counselor and Director of Research, IMF|
Presented in Jackson Hole, Wyoming at a symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City on Global Opportunities and Challenges
|August 01, 2000 -- Domestic Competition, Cyclical Fluctuations, and Long-Run Growth in Hong Kong SAR|
Author/Editor: Zitzewitz, Eric
Series: Working Paper No. 00/142
|June 19, 2000 -- IMF Survey:|
Eduardo Aninat Interview; Köhler Activities; GCC Countries Pursue Reforms; Central Banking Seminar; Kell on Gender Equality & Development; Role of Lenders of Last Resort; Camdessus Honored; BIS Annual Report; and Hong Kong SAR and China's WTO accession. PDF File Size: 571Kb
|March 06, 2000 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Concludes Article IV Consultation with People's Republic of China in Respect of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region|
Public Information Notices (PINs) form part of the IMF's efforts to promote transparency of the IMF's views and analysis of economic developments and policies.
|March 06, 2000 -- People's Republic of China--Hong Kong SAR: Staff Report for the 1999 Article IV Consultation|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/28
Notes: Included with the Staff Report is the text of Public Information Notice No. 00/15--IMF Concludes Article IV Consultation with People's Republic of China in Respect of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
|March 06, 2000 -- People's Republic of China--Hong Kong SAR: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 00/30
|January 01, 2000 -- Property Prices and Speculative Bubbles - Evidence from Hong Kong SAR|
Author/Editor: Duenwald, Christoph
Series: Working Paper No. 00/2
|September 22, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the October 1999 World Economic Outlook|
Welcome to the press briefing on the 1999 World Economic Outlook.
|September 08, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the 1999 International Capital Markets Report|
We focus in the report on the global or international capital markets, developments and issues in these markets. This report is based extensively on discussions with private market participants, in addition to national authorities.
|August 30, 1999 -- IMF Report on Observance of Standards and Codes: People's Republic of China--Hong Kong Special Administrative Region|
This report compares country practices in People's Republic of China--Hong Kong Special Administrative Region with internationally recognized standards and codes in the areas of data dissemination, fiscal transparency, monetary and financial policy transparency, and banking supervision, and in some instances, one or all of the following: securities markets, insurance regulations, and accounting and auditing standards. In reviewing countries' observance of standards, the report covers disclosure practices and also discusses issues related to the quality of the information released.
|June 17, 1999 -- The Asian Crisis: the Return of Growth -- Stanley Fischer|
This is an outline of comments prepared for delivery at a dinner of the Asia Society, Hong Kong
|June 01, 1999 -- Do Hong Kong SAR and China Constitute An Optimal Currency Area? An Empirical Test of the Generalized Purchasing Power Parity Hypothesis|
Author/Editor: Liang, Hong
Series: Working Paper No. 99/79
|May 17, 1999 -- Governments and Economic Development in a Globalized World - Remarks by Michel Camdessus|
Given at the 32nd International General Meeting of the Pacific Basin Economic Council, Hong Kong
|May 05, 1999 -- People's Republic of China - Hong Kong Special Administrative Region - Recent Economic Developments|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 99/34
|May 03, 1999 -- Transcript of a Video Conference with Hong Kong and Singapore Journalists by Stanley Fischer, First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund|
We've just completed our spring Interim Committee meetings, and the contrast between the atmosphere this time and the atmosphere last October when we had the Annual Meetings was extraordinary.
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