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Critic asks for critiques to iBond

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Critic asks for critiques to iBond (confusing title)

By April Yu HKSYU—FEB 7--The second batch of iBond, which worth HK$10 billion, has just been issued in the Budget 2012-2013 by the Government. Since the first batch of iBond had brought its investors satisfactory revenue with 6.8% first semi-annual yield, the second batch of iBond has been looking forwarded by many middle class investors (check verb, can the bond look forward to something?). The inflation linked bonds are available to Hong Kong residents only.

However, iBond (is?only one?) not welcome by everyone. Financial critic of NowTV, Chiu Sin Chun thought that iBond cannot do any good. ‘Any money generated by debt paper should have its function, such as to be used as an investment to generate more revenue to cover the interest. Ironically, the money generated by iBond will be put aside, and the taxpayers have to give out extra money to cover the interest.’ said Chiu (with angry?). (good explanation)

‘iBond should be criticized strongly, especially by people in the financial field, but I cannot hear any critiques at all. No newspaper covered it. No people criticized it through (phone in programs-name one, & rephrase, otherwise confusing). How come Hong Kong people become so insensitive to such flawed financial policy?’ asked the critic.

This article offers a good explanation of the disadvantage of iBonds, however it ends abruptly. There needs to be a context (5ws) and a proper closing.
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