Taiwan renminbi bond market unattractive to international investors

Taiwan's growing renminbi deposit base is failing to attract foreign investors and issuers due to low yields and regulatory restrictions, according to market sources.

Taiwan has seen a steady rise in renminbi deposits since the clearing bank went live early this year, reaching a high of 60.26 billion yuan ($9.72 billion) in May this year. Although this is a fraction of Hong Kong's 600 billion yuan deposits, local demand for renminbi investment products is continuing to increase, according to mar

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