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A new dawn has broken for RMB business in Japan, as the country prepares to launch its first RMB clearing bank and a local currency swap line with China. For now bankers are focusing on new renminbi investment quotas, which could mobilise the vast pool of Japanese household assets to tap onshore Chinese securities.
Almost half of the international investors surveyed by the Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA) disagree with MSCI’s decision to include A-shares in its emerging markets (EM) index. The survey shows that foreign investors continue to face obstacles when investing onshore.
Foreign investors are holding more Chinese bonds than ever before, and they are ready to grab even more, according to a recent survey by S&P. Sentiment is likely to stay bullish as China’s monetary policy diverges from the US and the onshore market continues to grow, say analysts.