Investors clear shelves on Tesco dim sum debut
UK supermarket firm Tesco pushed open the dim sum bond market this week, raising Rmb750m ($117.3m) from a rapidly-executed debut issue at a time when other debt markets in Asia showed little sign of activity.
French gas producer Air Liquide is now hoping to follow up with its own deal, and could tap the market at the start of next week.
Tesco picked HSBC and Standard Chartered to manage a deal last month, and expected to wait several months before it received permission from
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