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Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
HKMA
Central Bank
Hong Kong
1993

Established in 1993, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority was the result of the merger between the Office of the Exchange Fund and the Office of the Commissioner of Banking. It functions to control inflation and sustain the stability of the Hong Kong dollar (HKD) through its monetary policy. The HKMA pegs the HKD to the USD to help the nation's functional currency maintain a stable value.

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