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Climate policies and social mandates in China will lead to the increasing issuance of different ESG-related debt, by all types of domestic issuers, according to Sustainable Fitch (Fitch).
An overwhelming majority of asset managers operating in the market are planning to adopt a responsible investment policy, according to a Fitch report.
Following S&P, Fitch Ratings has obtained a license that allows the firm to rate the securities of onshore China companies.
The number of Chinese corporate defaults by issuer count and principal amount is likely to hit new highs this year, according to a recent Fitch report.
Demand for Chinese money market funds (MMFs) is expected to rise at a slower pace after a surge in asset growth over the last 18 months subsides, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings.