Asset managers have urged China to implement radical debt market reforms, such as overhauling the rules on defaults, the Financial Times reported.
About $35 billion in yuan-denominated bonds were sold in the first four months of this year, but traders fear outflows could increase if the market is not subjected to far-reaching changes.
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