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China’s main clearing houses last week joined a crackdown on irregular trading, in moving to bar certain types of investors from the domestic bond market.
Two small Chinese lenders are preparing to issue the country’s first subordinated bonds since the transition to Basel III standards began on January 1.
Regulators in China have ordered banks to report suspicious or irregular fixed-income transactions as part of a clampdown on the country’s vast interbank market.
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