Developing the Corporate Bond market- International Experience and Lessons for Vietnam Companies
Keywords:business (Es), bonds (B), bond market (BM), corporate bonds (CB), credit rating (CR);
Vietnam is in the process of developing into a middle-income country in the world. The widespread epidemic of covid-19 has had a negative impact on most Vietnam enterprises. However, the Vietnamese government's success in disease control has contributed to the recovery of business performance and efficiency. Vietnamese enterprises used to mobilize capital mainly through banking channels. In recent times, bonds are an important long-term capital mobilization tool for businesses, helping businesses reduce their dependence on commercial banks. This article mentions the development of the Vietnamese corporate bond market based on the experiences of several countries around the world.
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