Pudong Bank, Merchants Bank, Development Bank: China Bond Alert

Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co., China Merchants Bank Co. and China Development Bank are among issuers that may sell bonds in the nation’s debt markets.

Domestic Bonds

SHANGHAI PUDONG DEVELOPMENT BANK CO.: The bank plans to sell up to 12 billion yuan ($1.9 billion) of 15-year subordinated bonds on Dec. 27, according to a statement posted to Chinamoney.com.cn, a website of the China Foreign Exchange Trade System. (Added Dec. 24)

CHINA MERCHANTS BANK CO.: The bank won approval to issue up to 11.7 billion yuan of subordinated bonds, according to a statement posted to the Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 24)

CHINA DEVELOPMENT BANK: The bank plans to sell 4 billion yuan of 10-year bonds to yield between 4.6 percent and 4.7 percent today, and offer 8 billion yuan of 30-year between 5.2 percent and 5.7 percent, according to a statement posted to the Chinese government bond clearing house website. Another batch of 8 billion yuan of 50-year subordinated bonds will be sold to yield between 5.4 percent and 5.9 percent, the statement said. (Updated Dec. 24)

CHENGDU COMMUNICATION INVESTMENT GROUP CO.: The company plans to sell 1 billion yuan ($160 million) of five-year bonds on Dec. 25. (Added Dec. 21)

ELION RESOURCES GROUP CO.: The company plans to sell 1.2 billion yuan of one-year bonds on Dec. 27, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. (Added Dec. 21)

PING AN INSURANCE (GROUP) CO.: The company’s board renewed a mandate for the sale of 26 billion yuan of convertible bonds, according to a statement posted to Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 19)

CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES CORP.: The company obtained regulatory approval for up to 8.8 billion yuan of bond issuance, according to a statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 17)

FUFENG GROUP LTD.: The company obtained a regulatory approval to issue up to 1.2 billion yuan of medium-term notes for its subsidiary Neimenggu Fufeng Biotechnologies Co., according to a statement posted on Hong Kong Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 17)

HEBEI IRON & STEEL CO.: The company won a regulatory approval to issue up to 5 billion yuan of bonds, according to a statement posted to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 17)

DATONG COAL INDUSTRY CO.: The company plans to sell 3 billion yuan in medium-term notes with a maturity of no more than five years, according to a statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 11)

HUAIBEI CITY CONSTRUCTION INVESTMENT & DEVELOPMENT CO.: The company has approval to sell as much as 1.8 billion yuan of six- year bonds, according to a statement from the National Development and Reform Commission in Anhui province. (Added Dec. 11)

DATANG INTERNATIONAL POWER GENERATION CO.: The company won approval to sell 6 billion yuan of bonds, according to a statement posted to Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 10)

CHONGQING CITY: The western city of China plans to sell bonds to finance small and medium-sized companies in the region, the official Xinhua News Agency reported, without citing anyone. Chongqing plans to sell 350 million yuan of bonds to raise funds for five companies, the report said. (Added Dec. 6)

SHANGHAI ELECTRIC GROUP CO.: The company won an approval for its 4 billion yuan bond issuance, according to a statement posted to Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 6)

SHANDONG CHENMING PAPER HOLDINGS LTD.: The manufacturer won approval from China Securities Regulatory Commission for its 3.8 billion yuan bond sale, according to a statement posted to Shenzhen Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 6)

AIR CHINA LTD.: The company won approval from China Securities Regulatory Commission to sell as much as 10 billion yuan of bonds, according to a statement posted to the Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Nov. 30)

CHINA YANGTZE POWER CO.: The company plans to sell 2 billion yuan of one-year bonds, according to a statement posted to Shanghai Clearing House’s website. (Updated Nov. 29)

Dim Sum Bonds

BRITISH COLUMBIA: The Canadian province hired HSBC Holdings Plc to arrange bond investor meetings, according to a person familiar with the matter. (Updated Dec. 13)

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