China’s private corps prepare to tap bank liquidity in HK

Bankers are preparing for a new stream of Chinese companies that is about to hit Hong Kong after telecoms company ZTE Corp launched a $500m deal last week. There is a rush of private enterprises looking to mandate dollar and Hong Kong dollar financings as controls on bank liquidity start to bite in China.

  • 12 May 2011
ZTE, a listed provider of telecoms equipment, has approached banks with a three and five year deal that Bank of China is leading. But bankers predict that more than 15 other Chinese companies will look to do offshore deals over the next few months — prompting furious ...

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