Bond Default May Not Be the Last in C...

Bond Default May Not Be the Last in China

There are 1 comment on the Wall Street Journal story from Mar 9, 2014, titled Bond Default May Not Be the Last in China. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

The failure by a distressed Chinese solar-equipment maker to make a bond-interest payment on Friday signals Beijing's willingness, however tentative, to let some weak companies fall-a move that analysts and investors said could inject some discipline into a swelling debt market long viewed as implicitly supported by the government.

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Seattle, WA

#1 Mar 9, 2014
There should not never be any cargo ships living chinks ports for commerce they stinks so bad.

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