The evolution of China's lending to emerging markets

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Nicholas Hardingham sets out why China’s lending policy means scheme exposures need reviewing

The increasing prominence of China as a financier of developing nations has garnered considerable attention in recent years and has changed the landscape of sovereign debt investing. In its capacit...

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