Policy support, higher standards seen boosting China’s green bonds market

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Policy support, higher standards seen boosting China’s green bonds market China’s onshore green bonds may reverse course and outperform this year as the prospect of …

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Analyst bemoans China’s bond market rout to Jay Chou’s tunes, and strikes a chord with traders

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Analyst bemoans China’s bond market rout to Jay Chou’s tunes, and strikes a chord with traders November had been the worst month in two years …

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China’s bond market is the unlikely winner of US-China trade spat

China’s bond market is the unlikely winner of US-China trade spat.   Here’s how Aidan Yao says the silver lining to the US-China trade dispute is that it may force China to further open up its capital markets, giving investors easier access to Chinese bonds Luckily, the path to disruption …

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Hong Kong to unveil details on pilot scheme to boost bond market as soon as next month

Hong Kong to unveil details on pilot scheme to boost bond market as soon as next month The plan includes subsidies to encourage issuers to offer bonds in the city, as well as a government issue of green bonds Vincent Lee Wing-sing, an executive director at the HKMA, the city’s …

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Is the day of reckoning coming for China’s corporate bond market?

Is the day of reckoning coming for China’s corporate bond market? A flurry of defaults is raising expectations that there could be many more to come as Beijing clamps down on financial risk   But the businesses all have one thing in common: they’re among a rash of bond defaulters …

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French asset manager Amundi to create high-yield green bond market through US$1.42 billion fund

French asset manager Amundi to create high-yield green bond market through US$1.42 billion fund Fund expects to increase allocation in green bonds by up to 100pc by 2025, with help from IFC   The three-year bond strategy is part of the government’s overall HK$500 million fund aimed at boosting the …

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Hong Kong’s dim sum bond market to pivot towards eco-friendly fundraising

Hong Kong’s dim sum bond market to pivot towards eco-friendly fundraising   The Hong Kong government is seeking to revive investor interest in offshore yuan bonds issued in the city by emphasising their role in helping to finance ventures related to the green economy and environmental sustainability. The pivot comes …

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Fines of up to $15,000 handed down in asbestos prosecutions

Fines of up to $15,000 handed down in asbestos prosecutions   The Environmental Protection Department has successfully prosecuted 13 cases relating to the unlawful handling of asbestos in the past two months. The prosecutions, made under the Air Pollution Control Ordinance, resulted in fines of between $3,000 and $15,000. Asbestos …

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Demolition crew dumped asbestos, villagers say

Demolition crew dumped asbestos, villagers say   Residents of a Fanling village have accused developers of ignoring safety standards in demolishing houses and of leaving cancer-threatening asbestos lying around. About 90 houses have been demolished in Ma Shi Po village by companies clearing the land for development, and villagers say …

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Sai Kung residents complain about careless removal of asbestos ledges

Sai Kung residents complain about careless removal of asbestos ledges   Sai Kung residents are worried about the unlawful removal of asbestos from a four-storey building in the main square in Man Nin Street. Last Monday, builders began removing concrete ledges containing asbestos from the building. The ledges, measuring about …

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