Chinese Companies Facing Largest Wave of Dollar Debt Maturities in History

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Chinese companies are facing mounting pressure to repay their dollar debts, as more than $100 billion in Chinese corporate dollar bonds are due to mature this year—the largest wave of maturities in history. China’s wave of dollar maturities will reach $118 billion, according to Refinitiv, a global financial market data provider. Japanese investment bank Nomura Holdings expects $190.4 billion in Chinese corporate dollar debt to mature this year and $
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