Global asset owners believe China fixed income will bring good returns in the next two years, despite tougher regulations and some high-profile companies getting into difficulties.
MFC Global Investment Management and Aberdeen Asset Management are among those with strategies targeting renminbi-denominated bonds issued in both mainland China and Hong Kong.
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