China Industrial Securities Asset Mgmt.’s Liao on China’s Credit Market Outlook

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “China Industrial Securities Asset Mgmt.’s Liao on China’s Credit Market Outlook” – below is their description.

Jun.17 — China Industrial Securities Asset Management Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Vincent Liao, discusses about tighter liquidity that is taking its toll on the weakest parts of China’s credit market and its most indebted firms. He was speaking with David Ingles and Tom Mackenzie on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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