Dim Sum bonds come to Hong Kong’s rescue, as 45 per cent surge in issuance keeps financial doomsayers at bay

Sales of so-called Dim Sum bonds have jumped as yuan borrowing costs are more attractive for issuers than US dollar rates, while for investors the notes often offer better yields than mainland China’s yuan debt.


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