Greater China Industry Report Card Puts Spotlight On Expansion-Driven Demand For New Capital Nov 05
- ID: 2166368
- November 2005
- Region: China
- Standard & Poors
HONG KONG (Standard & Poor's) Nov. 10, 2005--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said in an industry report card on Greater China that 2005 is proving to be a busy year with a flurry of new issuers coming to the market for corporate credit and bond issue ratings. "Continued strong economic growth, especially in China, is driving demand for new capital as companies across all industries follow expansionary strategies," said Standard & Poor's credit analyst Mary-Ellen Olson. The report, titled "Industry Report Card: Greater China", outlines the key credit trends and outlooks for the region. The pace of rating activity has been brisk in 2005. Rating changes have been minimal, but the number of new ratings has been high. Standard &...
Companies mentioned in this report are:
- Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region)
- Taiwan (Republic of China) (Unsolicited Ratings)
- China (People's Republic of )
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