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The Japanese company plans to reduce its reliance on bank loans by borrowing from subsidiaries with ample cash in a bid to raise $1.8bln of its $2.7bln funding needs.
China’s central bank encourages manufacturers to set up centralised treasury units to improve their capital efficiency.
China’s central bank tightens requirements for outbound renminbi payments via banks only a month after implementing ratio rules.
China’s X-border transaction curbs are hindering companies that want to pay off debt offshore and increasing their appetite for X-border guarantee financing. But firms must play nice and not step across the line.
Amid great price volatility of raw materials, manufacturers inked deals with banks to lease raw metals from them rather than asking for loans to purchase the metals.
China has eased restrictions on Chinese non-financial corporations (corporates) looking to raise funds overseas, but market conditions mean they are unlikely to embrace the opportunity.
China will expand Taiwanese corporates’ access to cross-strait renminbi funding in its pilot zones in Quanzhou and Kunshan.
Thailand’s petroleum giant tells CT how it centralised cash and liquidity management to cut down its minimal working capital requirement and support more investments.