U.S. one-hundred dollar banknotes and Chinese one-hundred yuan banknotes are arranged for a photograph in Hong Kong on April 15, 2019.
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Foreign money is still betting on China, regardless of a slowdown in its economic growth, or tense trade negotiations with the United States.
As global bond yields remain low, investors clamored for China’s biggest ever international sovereign bond sale on Tuesday, with orders for the $6 billion raise reaching 3.6 times the issuance, according to China’s Ministry of Finance.
“We still have a lot of investors who have confidence in investing in China,” Frank Zheng, head of international fixed income at China Asset…