China's Finance Ministry Sells Debut Offshore Renminbi Bond - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalChina's Finance Ministry Sells Debut Offshore Renminbi BondWall Street JournalChina's finance ministry sold its first offshore renminbi bond Thursday in London, a move by Beijing to boost the international profile of its currency further. The 3 billion yuan ($500 million) of yuan-denominated debt maturing in June 2019 will pay ...Britain says China to launch renminbi sovereign bond in LondonYahoo Finance UKBeijing picks London for first yuan-bond outside ChinaTHE BUSINESS TIMESChina to issue sovereign renminbi bond on London stock marketPublic Finance InternationalCity A.M. -Finance Magnates -China Dailyall 32 news articles »

China finance ministry: Government debt risk under control - Asia Times

Asia TimesChina finance ministry: Government debt risk under controlAsia TimesOverall risks associated with public debt are ?controllable?, and there is room on the government's balance sheet to borrow more, the Ministry of Finance said. However, it warned the local governments' ability to repay debt has weakened. chain yuan ...China's government borrowing to rise as debt levels still low: finance ministrySouth China Morning PostChina Flags Room to Boost Government Debt to Support GrowthBloombergall 19 news articles »

China finance ministry to sell offshore renminbi bonds in London - Financial Times

Financial TimesChina finance ministry to sell offshore renminbi bonds in LondonFinancial TimesChina's finance ministry will issue Rmb3bn ($458m) of bonds in London's offshore renminbi market, a test of foreign investors' appetite for Chinese assets amid concerns about the currency's depreciation and capital flight. The UK government has ...China's New Yuan Loans and Aggregate Financing Plummeted in AprilYahoo NewsPBOC Tightens its Grip Over Chinese Yuan Exchange Rate: WSJFinance MagnatesCurrency war fears back on the agenda as China sets fix at five-year lowThe Australian Financial ReviewSouth China Morning Post -THE BUSINESS TIMESall 119 news articles »

China's finance ministry misspent 332000 yuan in first quarter: watchdog - Reuters

China's finance ministry misspent 332000 yuan in first quarter: watchdogReutersSeveral party members were disciplined for accepting inappropriate financial and other gifts while one former company head was found to have taking advantage of his position, the Central Commision for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) also said in the ...and more »

China becomes global leader in development finance - Financial Times

Financial TimesChina becomes global leader in development financeFinancial TimesChina is now a bigger presence in international development finance than all of the world's six major multilateral financial institutions put together, a new study has found. The study, conducted by academics from Boston University and the Chinese ...and more »

China approves plan to clean up online finance industry: sources - Reuters

ReutersChina approves plan to clean up online finance industry: sourcesReutersBEIJING China's government has approved a plan to clean up the country's online financial sector, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter, including rules to limit the activities of P2P lending firms, the source of recent fraud scandals ...China's On-Again, Off-Again P2P LendingThe Diplomatall 41 news articles »

China's role in development finance must shift to support SDGs, study argues - ICTSD Bridges News

ICTSD Bridges NewsChina's role in development finance must shift to support SDGs, study arguesICTSD Bridges NewsBoston University in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Social Science's Institute for World Economics and Politics recently published a working paper entitled ''The benefits and risks of China's development finance in the global energy sector,? ...and more »

Chinese firms' financial outlook worsens at record rate - Financial Times

Financial TimesChinese firms' financial outlook worsens at record rateFinancial TimesThe financial outlook for Chinese companies is deteriorating at a record rate as a large debt overhang accumulated since the 2008 financial crisis and waning corporate profits presage an ?extended period of sub-par economic growth?, according to Moody ...Credit crisis eats into China's bufferThe Australianall 8 news articles »

China's global energy financing raises climate fears - Financial Times

Financial TimesChina's global energy financing raises climate fearsFinancial TimesChinese ?policy? banks have supplied almost as much financing for global energy projects as the four major western multilateral lenders combined but a concentration on coal-fired power plants is raising concerns about the environmental impact of ...and more »

Big but brittle - The Economist

THE BUSINESS TIMESBig but brittleThe EconomistTHE HEAD OFFICE of Sheyang Rural Commercial Bank is a reassuringly solid building. Its grey stone fašade and arched doorways convey a feeling of prosperity, a splash of high finance in this small county town in eastern China where grain fields nip at ...China tightens oversight of bank bill business after fraudTHE BUSINESS TIMESall 83 news articles »

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