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Sino-US trade enforcement and the ZTE ‘probation’ model;what S&P entering China entails

SinoInsight 1 On Jan. 28, the People’s Bank of China gave S&P Global Inc. approval to start offering credit-rating services in China via a wholly owned subsidiary based in Beijing. State media hailed the entry of S&P into the mainland credit rating market as an important part of the gradual opening up of China’s financial …

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