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Dim sum boom

18 July 2011 By Wei Gu

Risk aversion has hit China stocks hard, but Hong Kong’s yuandenominated bond market is still thriving. Issuers have enjoyed low yields and managed to eschew credit ratings, as buyers believe the yuan is bound to rise. That leaves plenty of room for disappointment.

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