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Marked down

24 May 2017 By Lisa Jucca

Moody’s has downgraded China for the first time since 1989, now ranking it below Taiwan. It is mostly symbolic as foreign debt ownership is minimal and local corporate ratings follow their own logic. But the public reprimand will check Beijing’s ambition to attract funds onshore.

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