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Rating agencies back China Vanke’s $800m bond issue

Published on March 1st, 2013

China Vanke has raised $800m from a US dollar bond issue. China’s biggest residential property developer sold a five- year bond with a coupon of 2.625%. The company is rated BBB+…

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