Property developers eye access to China’s bond market

Mainland property developers may get access to China’s onshore bond market for the first time since 2009, marking a departure from regulators’ hard-line stance on the sector in recent years.

  • 06 Aug 2013

Regulators may allow Chinese real estate developers to once again issue onshore corporate bonds after closing the debt market to them in 2009, as China looks to meet economic growth targets by encouraging infrastructure development.

Market sources and local media have buzzed that China may look to expand property ...

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