Cycle-resistant credit systems: learning from Hong Kong’s experience
Jeffery W. Gunther and
Economic Letter, 2010, issue Jun
Hong Kong’s home mortgage market has remained among the world’s most stable. Supervisory authorities point to the 70 percent loan-to-value policy.
Keywords: Mortgage loans; Housing - Prices; Hong Kong (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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