Poland’s Panda Bond
World Economy

Poland’s Panda Bond

The Polish government will issue a three billion yuan ($455.55 million) three-year bond in China’s onshore market, the state-owned China News Service reported, marking the first time a European nation has issued yuan-denominated debt in China. The Polish deputy finance minister told Reuters in March that the nation was considering issuing a panda bond, but that the exact amount and timing had not yet been agreed. News of the bond, which was reported on Tuesday evening, comes on the heels of a visit to Poland by Chinese President Xi Jinping earlier this week.

Short URL : http://goo.gl/wqsH1V
  1. http://goo.gl/TwNs3F
  • http://goo.gl/FTz76g
  • http://goo.gl/3yA1T8
  • http://goo.gl/cwpS8b
  • http://goo.gl/tGGKjv

You can also read ...

An expanding trade war threatens to squeeze incomes.
The untold story of the world economy—so far at least—is the...
Uncertainty abounds in Malaysia, where a two-month-old government is only starting to give  a clearer picture of economic policy.
For Southeast Asia's biggest economies, 2018 wasn't supposed...
PwC Says Australian Firms Deliberately Going Broke
Companies that deliberately fail are costing the Australian...
Asian Stocks Retreat, European Shares Mixed
Asian stocks closed lower on Monday as investors digested the...
Russia has been seeking ways of decreasing dependence  on the US currency.
One of Russia’s largest banks, VTB is seeking to decrease the...
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (C) shakes hands with Jean-Claude Juncker (L) and Donald Tusk after the meeting in Beijing on Monday.
China could open its economy if it wished, European Commission...
Turkey Budget Deficit Expands
Turkey’s central government budget balance recorded a deficit...
Experts Say China Can Cope With Uncertain H2
China is confident it can cope with a more uncertain second...