This photo illustration taken on August 9, 2016 shows Chinese 100 yuan notes (15 USD) in Beijing. A year ago on August 11, 2015 Chinese authorities stunned global markets by devaluing their yuan currency, raising fears the world's second-largest economy was worse off than thought -- but investors are now more sanguine about a weaker "redback". / AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOUR / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-ECONOMY-CURRENCY,FOCUS BY BILL SAVADOVE

Liquidity and free flow of capital two biggest fears of Chinese bond investors

Appetite to invest in Chinese bonds remains strong as 83 per cent of international respondents to new survey say they plan to increase or maintain exposure

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This photo illustration taken on August 9, 2016 shows Chinese 100 yuan notes (15 USD) in Beijing. A year ago on August 11, 2015 Chinese authorities stunned global markets by devaluing their yuan currency, raising fears the world's second-largest economy was worse off than thought -- but investors are now more sanguine about a weaker "redback". / AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOUR / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-ECONOMY-CURRENCY,FOCUS BY BILL SAVADOVE
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