Chexim mulls return to HK renminbi mart
Export-Import Bank of China, the Chinese policy lender, is considering a second visit to Hong Kong’s nascent renminbi bond market, according to comments made by its governor Li Ruogu this week.
Li said China Exim had applied for regulatory permission to sell renminbi-denominated bonds in Hong Kong, in a deal that would follow its Rmb2bn ($282m) debut last August.
The move would add depth to Hong Kongs renminbi bond market, which has been hailed as a first step towards
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