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Chinese companies’ net financing via bond sales hit four-year high, more pickup expected amid monetary easing, relaxed rules


Chinese companies issued significantly more bonds in the first two months of the year. Analysts say the bond sales will pick up further given loose liquidity conditions and relaxed financing rules.

They raised a total of 1.53 trillion yuan through issuance of corporate bonds, enterprise bonds, mid-term notes, short-term financing vehicles and private placement notes, according to data from Wind Information. They issued 761.6 billion yuan bonds in January and 769.3 billion . . .

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