An advertisement for renminbi-denominated products is seen in Hong Kong in 2011. Photo: Reuters An advertisement for renminbi-denominated products is seen in Hong Kong in 2011. Photo: Reuters
An advertisement for renminbi-denominated products is seen in Hong Kong in 2011. Photo: Reuters
Eugene Cheung
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Eugene Cheung

China is simplifying access to its bond market. It’s about time, too

  • Regulators are moving towards harmonising the three distinct routes into China’s onshore bond market. For foreign investors, it means timely access to one of the few major fixed-income markets offering positive yields

An advertisement for renminbi-denominated products is seen in Hong Kong in 2011. Photo: Reuters An advertisement for renminbi-denominated products is seen in Hong Kong in 2011. Photo: Reuters
An advertisement for renminbi-denominated products is seen in Hong Kong in 2011. Photo: Reuters
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