Moody’s negative outlook underscores growing concern over Chinese companies’ credit conditions, following a slew of defaults recently. Photo: Xinhua

Chinese corporate bond defaults to rise in 2020, as regulators’ tolerance grows, Moody’s says

  • Overall credit conditions for non-financial companies will be negative in the next 12 months, rating agency says
  • 1 per cent can be tolerated by regulators, as long as defaults are isolated
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Moody’s negative outlook underscores growing concern over Chinese companies’ credit conditions, following a slew of defaults recently. Photo: Xinhua
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Yujing Liu

Yujing Liu

Yujing Liu is a business reporter with a passion for understanding and explaining the fascinating complexities of China’s economy and society. Originally from Beijing, she joined the Post in 2017 after graduating from the University of Hong Kong with a degree in politics and journalism.