Hong Kong’s government will promote a veteran insider to succeed the departing chief executive of its de facto central bank, a move that ensures continuity and stability in the city’s monetary policy while the local economy is facing unprecedented headwinds.Eddie Yue Wai-man, the most senior and longest-serving among the three deputy chief executives of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, will succeed Norman Chan Tak-lam as the head of the HKMA, according to government sources.A selection panel…