Long march for Chinese corporate bonds to woo foreign investors

A record number of corporate defaults has improved risk pricing in China's bond market. But Chinese corporate bonds still have some way to go to attract foreign investment.

Long march for Chinese corporate bonds to woo foreign investors

The record number of corporate defaults in China has improved risk pricing in the world’s third largest bond market. Despite this, Chinese corporate bonds have a long way to go to attract foreign investment.

“This year, there is a very obvious improvement in risk pricing in the risk premium in the onshore and offshore markets of Chinese issuers,” said Iris Pang, greater China economist of ING Bank.

“In the past, the...

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