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Revival issue

14 October 2013 By Swaha Pattanaik

State-owned companies from the mainland are borrowing in euros after a long Chinese absence from the market. It makes sense: interest rates are reflecting the diverging U.S. and euro zone monetary policies. It also advances Beijing’s ultimate goal of becoming less dollar-centric.

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