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Loss-making Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science and Technology’s unprecedented missed coupon payment last week is set to trigger a change in attitude towards risk in China’s fast-growing capital markets.
China is to allow a foreign corporate issuer to sell bonds in the domestic renminbi market for the first time, taking a big step towards opening up its capital markets.
China’s efforts to introduce market-driven pricing of IPOs came close to unravelling last week, even before the first new stock had begun trading.
- Buyers rush back to Chinese IPOs
- CSRC unveils rules for preferred shares
- Banks position for China IPO restart
- China IPO return little threat to HK
- Ping An braves jittery market
- Chongqing bank sets standards
- HK IPO rules claim first victim