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  • 17 Jan 2019
    • Earlier allocation of Chinese RLG bond quota for 2019 will bolster economic growth
      China's central government has authorized Chinese regional and local governments (RLGs) three months earlier than usual to issue part of their annual new-money bond quota. This will allow RLGs to better plan and spread issuance over the year and invest in infrastructure to support economic growth. New-money bond issuance will likely exceed RMB3.7 trillion in 2019, well above the 2018 issuance of RMB2.2 trillion.  Full Report
  • 14 Jan 2019
    • City of Venice’s new tourist tax will provide fiscal flexibility to manage environmental and social risks
      New legislation granting Venice the authority to impose a disembarkation tax on day tourists is credit positive because it will provide the city with an additional source of operating revenue, which can be used to fund local services and mitigate the environmental risks facing Venice. Full Report
  • 9 Jan 2019
    • Norwegian muni to implement UN sustainable development goals, resulting in short-term challenges but long-term gains
      The municipality of Asker, near Oslo, will be the first in Norway implement the SDGs at a local level, supported by an institutional framework that offers autonomy and decision-making powers. While this plan will lead to higher capital spending and borrowing as low-carbon development incurs higher construction costs, it should generate longer-term economic, environmental and social benefits. Full Report
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