Chinese debt markets

China further opens bond market to foreign investors

China is considering expanding its bond ties with the UK and opening up exchange-listed bonds to more foreign investors.
Chinese regulators are considering further opening the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges to foreign bond investors.
Chinese regulators are considering further opening the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges to foreign bond investors.

China’s bond market is likely to expand considerably after Chinese regulators liberalise the bond markets in Chinese securities exchanges and expand bond connections between China and the UK.

“As the areas opened to foreign investors will be enlarged, we hold very positive expectations that the proposed measures will provide more convenience for foreign investors to invest in the China onshore bond market,” lawyers at the Baker McKenzie FenXun FTZ joint operation in mainland China told FinanceAsia.

China’s bond market is worth $13 trillion, making it the world’s third largest after Japan and the US.

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