China Steelmaker Default Risks Flag Debt Woes at State FirmsBloomberg News
Bloomberg model shows Xining Special default risk at 5.7%
Firm says it's looking for support from local governments
A Chinese government-backed steelmaker faces the highest default risk among the nation’s listed companies with bonds due in the next year, according to the Bloomberg Default Risk model, amid mounting signs of stress at state firms.
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