• Muted reaction to BoCom’s euro tier two

    China’s Bank of Communications (BoCom) has followed its landmark offshore tier two bond with another €500m ($634m) offering a day later, on September 25. But the euro denominated transaction proved to be less popular than its dollar counterpart.

    • 30 Sep 2014


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    • 30 Sep 2014


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    Aberdeen Asset Management Asia (AAMA) announced on September 26 that it had been awarded an RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) licence from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) in August. While an investment quota of up to Rmb600m ($97.8m) is expected in November, a investment shift to China's A-shares is also planned, the company said.

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    • 29 Sep 2014
  • Move fast — Mongolia could be back

    Mongolia’s potential to be one of the fastest growing economies in the world could soon be unlocked. The smart money had better move fast.

    • 23 Sep 2014
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    • 23 Sep 2014
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