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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.
Deputy governor of China's central bank offers assurances and a plan for currency convertibility. While the RMB capital market has seen its pricing advantage ebb away, analysts expect it to open up.
China’s central bank encourages manufacturers to set up centralised treasury units to improve their capital efficiency.
China’s banking watchdog sets down a marker on how in-house banks should lend money. The size of the fine, however, is modest.
The Lion City's central bank wants to give SMEs greater access to capital by freeing up finance companies’ role in the credit system.
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.
Multinationals will be able to avoid the risk of a challenge from tax authorities by sticking to a specified rate proposed by Korea's government.
Seven new foreign currencies can now be traded directly with the renminbi for cross-border trade and investment settlement.
Singapore’s tax authority rolls out new rules on transfer pricing reporting. Multinationals will have to invest in people and resources to ensure they are compliant.