China Reshapes $12 Trillion Credit Market

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    Jun.23 — China’s campaign to cut leverage is reshaping its corporate credit market. Some of its prolific debt issuers are now going months without selling dollar bonds. Bloomberg’s Rebecca Choong Wilkins reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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