China’s onshore bond market could draw as much as US$300 billion of inflows if its bonds were included in global indices. Photo: Reuters China’s onshore bond market could draw as much as US$300 billion of inflows if its bonds were included in global indices. Photo: Reuters
China’s onshore bond market could draw as much as US$300 billion of inflows if its bonds were included in global indices. Photo: Reuters
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China’s central bank to scrap barriers in connect scheme to draw inflows to bond market

Planned enhancements will include same-day bond delivery versus payment, block trading and tax clarification

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China’s onshore bond market could draw as much as US$300 billion of inflows if its bonds were included in global indices. Photo: Reuters China’s onshore bond market could draw as much as US$300 billion of inflows if its bonds were included in global indices. Photo: Reuters
China’s onshore bond market could draw as much as US$300 billion of inflows if its bonds were included in global indices. Photo: Reuters
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