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Corporate China rattled by prospect of tighter credit

Holding off on bond issuance amid unstable interest rates

The People's Bank of China.

SHANGHAI -- Chinese companies are shying away from issuing bonds amid gyrating short-term interest rates as Beijing signals a less-accommodative monetary stance.

The nation's monetary authorities are trying to thread the needle of reducing liquidity to combat financial system risk without stalling the economy.

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