Asia credit markets: Built to last?

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When Credit launched 10 years ago, Asia was still in rebuilding mode after the financial crisis that had rocked the region through 1997 and 1998. A decade later, its reaction to another crisis – this time global – illustrates just how much Asia’s debt markets have matured in the meantime.

A first glance at issuance statistics might suggest the big story of the last 10 years has been the development of the G-3 bond markets for Asian borrowers. Issuance volumes in those three currencies – yen

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