Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Indonesian property developer is believed to have pulled its liability management exercise as volatile markets get the better of it.
Asia's debut green borrower becomes the first to tap the market in 2016 and the only corporate credit globally to brave the dollar-denominated debt markets on Tuesday.
Malie Conway and Ranjiv Mann of Rogge Global Partners discuss why US rates could peak sooner than projected as the Fed pursues its 'dot plot'.
The largest bank in Malaysia thinks it can benefit from the desire of China companies and Southeast Asian governments to build infrastructure.
Asian covered bond market gathers momentum as Korean bank brings second covered bond in the space of three months.
Chinese policy bank takes advantage of calmer market conditions to re-open last September's dollar- and euro-denominated bond issue.
As China pushes forward with "supply side" economic reforms, Chinese financial institutions may face heightened risks from the property and corporate bond markets.
Malie Conway and Ranjiv Mann of Rogge Global Partners explain why renminbi weakness needs to be carefully managed.
KEB Hana executes offshore bond in difficult markets as selling wave pushes credit wider, while Province of British Columbia launches a debut Panda bond.
Borrowers take advantage of positive technical factors, leading to a second day of heavy issuance in the dollar bond market.
Ping An, China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group and Woori Bank join Evergrande Real Estate in a busy week for international bonds by Asian borrowers.