Coronavirus to stranglehold China’s debt

The coronavirus infection is bound to hit China’s wallet hard. Experts expect corporate bond defaults to jump unless regulators can help facilitate changes in repayments.
February 09, 2020

China prepares for question of trust

The potential default of a trust product - the first of a financial instrument in China - would be a necessary step to providing investors with the proper tools for risk assessment
January 20, 2014

Dubai impact not feeding through to Asia

Asia appears relatively immune from DubaiÆs debt problems, while Dubai World says less than half the amount of debt initially believed to be affected is included under the standstill agreement.
December 02, 2009

Pakistan near debt default

Barely a month since the presidential election, falling foreign currency reserves have forced PakistanÆs new government to turn to the IMF for a loan.
October 21, 2008

Australian debt dilemma

An Australian court case could have a revolutionary effect on the local debt market, according to managing director for Standard & Poor's in Australia and New Zealand, Christopher Dalton.
February 20, 2007