Foreign investors stick to comfort zone in China — for now

International investors have long been forced to focus on the short end of the credit curve and government securities in China given the lack of tools to evaluate risk. But that could change with the relaxation of foreign credit rating agencies’ business scope in the country, market participants told the Euromoney China Debt Capital Markets Summit on Wednesday.

  • By Noah Sin
  • 29 Mar 2018

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