Multiple demand factors for Asian debt provide the perfect opportunity for Asia’s capital markets to expand their offering, according to experts at Standard Chartered Bank
Author: Standard Chartered
Source: Asia Risk
| 28 Sep 2012
Categories: Market Risk
Topics: Standard Chartered Bank, Asia, Capital markets, Debt, Growth, Pension funds, United States dollar, Euro, Japanese yen, Dim sum bonds, Chinese renminbi (RMB), Basel III, High yield
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