China State Grid, Jushi, Guangdong Electric: China Bond Alert

China State Grid Corp., Jushi Group Co., Guangdong Electric Power Development Co., China Development Bank Co., Xinjiang Guanghui Energy Co. and China National Materials Co. are among issuers that may sell bonds in the nation’s debt markets.

Domestic Bonds

CHINA STATE GRID CORP.: The utility company plans to raise 20 billion yuan ($3.2 billion) through the bond market to finance projects, replenish working capital and repay bank loans, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing a prospectus published by the state-run Shanghai Securities News. (Added Jan. 21)

JUSHI GROUP CO.: The company plans to sell 700 million yuan of one-year bonds on Jan. 24, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. (Added Jan. 21)

GUANGDONG ELECTRIC POWER DEVELOPMENT CO.: The company plans to sell 600 million yuan of 365-day debt on Jan. 25, according to a statement on Chinamoney.com.cn, a website of the China Foreign Exchange Trade System. (Added Jan. 21)

CHINA DEVELOPMENT BANK CO.: The lender plans to upsize five batches of bonds by as much as 31 billion yuan in total tomorrow, according to a statement on the Chinese government bond clearing house website. (Updated Jan. 21)

XINJIANG GUANGHUI ENERGY CO.: The company plans to sell 1 billion yuan of one-year notes tomorrow, according to a statement posted to Shanghai clearing house website. (Updated Jan. 21)

CHINA NATIONAL MATERIALS CO.: The company, known as Sinoma, plans to sell 1 billion yuan of one-year bonds tomorrow, according to a statement on Chinamoney.com.cn, a website of the China Foreign Exchange Trade System. (Updated Jan. 21)

MINISTRY OF FINANCE: The ministry will sell 30 billion yuan ($4.8 billion) of seven-year government bonds on Jan. 23, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. (Added Jan. 18)

CHINA SOUTHERN POWER GRID CO.: The company will sell 5 billion yuan of three-year bonds on Jan. 23, according to a statement on the Chinese bond clearing website. (Added Jan. 17)

BEIJING JINGNENG CLEAN ENERGY CO.: The company plans to sell 900 million yuan of 365-day debt on Jan. 23, according to a statement on Chinamoney.com.cn, a website of the China Foreign Exchange Trade System. (Added Jan. 17)

HEBEI IRON & STEEL CO.: The company has regulatory approval to sell 5 billion yuan of bonds, according to a statement posted to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. (Added Jan. 9)

SHANXI TAIGANG STAINLESS STEEL CO.: The company won approval from the National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors to sell 9 billion yuan of bonds, according to a statement posted to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. (Added Jan. 9)

FOUNDER SECURITIES CO.: The company’s board has approved a 5 billion yuan bond sale, according to an exchange statement. (Added Jan. 4)

SPRINGLAND INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS LTD.: The company has entered an underwriting agreement with China Construction Bank and Export-Import Bank of China to sell 1.5 billion yuan of one- year notes, according to a statement to the Hong Kong stock exchange. (Added Jan. 4)

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS OF TIANJIN, GUANGZHOU, WUXI, ZHENJIANG AND YANCHENG: Financing vehicles in the five cities have been approved by the National Development & Reform Commission to sell a combined 15 billion yuan of bonds in a pilot program to raise funds for small businesses, two people familiar with the matter said. (Added Dec. 31)

EVERBRIGHT SECURITIES CO.: The brokerage got central bank approval to sell 8.5 billion yuan of bonds, according to a statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange. (Added Dec. 28)

BANK OF BEIJING CO.: The bank has won approval from People’s Bank of China to sell up to 30 billion yuan of debt on the nation’s interbank market, according to a statement to Shanghai’s stock exchange. (Added Dec. 25)

Dim Sum Bonds

KEPPEL CORP.: The world’s biggest oil-rig builder may sell yuan-denominated bonds offshore, according to its chief financial officer Loh Chin Hua in a Jan. 15 interview in Singapore. (Added Jan. 16)

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