Tackling China’s Onshore Bond Market

An on-the-ground look at China's growing bond market and the challenges that remain for foreign investors.

As China begins to open up, foreign investors are finding the onshore market more accessible. However, serious challenges and questions remain. Wei-Shen Wong reports from Shanghai and Beijing.

Global institutional investors are continuously on the lookout for more ways to expand the alpha portion of their portfolios, be it through the use of alternative datasets to help direct them to additional signals, or through tapping into new geographies and assets. 

With global economic activity

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