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Chinese firms turn to euro bonds as dollar funding costs rise

Thursday, February 19, 2015 - 05:50

Hong Kong

CHINESE companies have boosted their issuance of euro bonds to a record, keen to cut borrowing costs as their US dollar debts get pricier.

Their push into Europe comes as quantitative easing (QE) knocks interest rates there to zero and depresses the euro, letting

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