Some Chinese property developers told by regulators to issue bonds backed by credit-risk hedging tools

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Some Chinese developers have been told by regulators to issue onshore bonds backed by credit-risk hedging tools, as the authorities try to help the struggling sector to resume open market financing.

Three private property developers - Country Garden, Longfor Group Holdings and Midea Real Estate Holding - will issue yuan-denominated bonds this week, according to term sheets seen Yuan Talks.

Securities companies . . .

 

 

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