China bond market Calendar ? June 23
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BEIJING, Jun. 23, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- China bond market calendar, updated on June 23, according to publicized data on, a leading bond information provider in the country. Bond products Term Amounts (Bn yuan) Coupon Rate (%) Offering Date Issuer T-bond 10Y 28 NA June 23, 2021 China Ministry of Finance Central Bank Bills Policy Bank Bonds 7Y 20 NA June 25, 2021 The Export-Import Bank of China (OOTC:BACHY) Railway Construction Bonds No issue Commercial Bank Bonds No issue Other Financial Bonds (Issued by Security dealers, Finance Firms etc.) No issue Corp bonds Bills 365D 0.3 NA June 24, 2021 Guangdong Weihua Corporation 365D 1 NA June 25 Guanghdong Rising Assets Management Co., Ltd. 365D 2.2 NA June 28 Shandong Iron and Steel Group Co., Ltd. Notes 7Y 3 NA June 25, 2021 China Chengtong Group 5Y 1.5 NA June 28, 2021 China National Salt Industry Corporation Enterprise Bond (Corporate bonds approved by China's National

Development & Reform Commission) No issue (Edited by Zhu Zhu,



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