Po Sang Bank
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Po Sang Bank (Traditional Chinese: 寶生銀行) was a bank established in 1949 in Hong Kong. All other banks operated by the Bank of China in the territory were merged into it in 2001, and the bank was renamed Bank of China (Hong Kong).
One branch of the Po Sang was involved in what was then the largest holdup in the history of Hong Kong in 1974 and another in 1979 (and later involved HKP officer and SDU member Yee Wai-ming).
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