More Chinese companies to raise funds via sukuk?


Domestic Islamic bonds market in spotlight after BEWG’s ringgit sukuk

PETALING JAYA: As a China state-owned enterprise (SOE) issued its first ringgit sukuk in the domestic bond market, many are wondering if other China companies that have bagged infrastructure projects would be doing the same.

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