People cross a street in the Beijing Central Business District on March 4. In July, S&P Global Ratings became the first foreign credit-rating company to rate domestic Chinese bonds, awarding a AAA rating to ICBC Financial Leasing. Photo: Reuters
Cary Yeung
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Cary Yeung

How China’s onshore bond market can overcome the US trade war, a slumping yuan and slowing growth

  • Beijing’s preemptive policy reforms have substantially increased demand for the onshore bond market in recent years. Even the declining value of the Chinese currency looks temporary, as increased overseas business means more use

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People cross a street in the Beijing Central Business District on March 4. In July, S&P Global Ratings became the first foreign credit-rating company to rate domestic Chinese bonds, awarding a AAA rating to ICBC Financial Leasing. Photo: Reuters
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