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No free lunch

7 February 2017 By Lisa Jucca

JPMorgan and Citi have won coveted licences in China’s onshore bond market. China’s real goal might be to get inclusion in global bond indexes, which would bring stable foreign investment. But restrictions on capital flows make such bonds less appetizing than they could be.

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