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China has dominated global issuance of "green" bonds for two straight years – a trend that will likely continue as the world’s top carbon-emitter tries to play a larger role to contain climate change.
The Asian economic giant burst onto the scene in 2016 to take the crown as the world’s largest issuer of green bonds – a debt instrument with proceeds that are used to finance activities that benefit the environment. China is set to retain its top spot in 2017.
China will issue 2 billion U.S. dollars worth of dollar-denominated sovereign bonds on Thursday, China’s Ministry of Finance (MOF) said here on Wednesday.
China will issue the sovereign bonds in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), including 1 billion U.S. dollars of five-year bonds and 1 billion U.S. dollars of 10-year bonds.