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Asia Pacific - Sovereign & Supranational


  • 26 Apr 2016
    • Build-up in leverage poses varying risks for Asia Pacific sovereigns
      The increase in leverage across Asia Pacific over the last five years could weigh on sovereign credit quality because sovereign risks could materialize either directly, where the debt increase has been concentrated in the public sector, or indirectly, where the rise in private sector leverage has been rapid. Our report identifies the sovereigns that face risks from an accumulation of debt, and the source of the rise in leverage, such as through governments, state-owned enterprises, corporates, households or bank balance sheets…Press Release l Full Report
  • 24 Feb 2016
    • European lessons point to limited transmission of negative interest rate policy in Japan
      Based on recent examples in Europe, the negative interest rate policy implemented by the Bank of Japan in February 2016 will not lead to a rapid revival in Japan's household and business lending and domestic demand growth. The policy will be credit negative for Japanese banks and life insurers, as it will encourage greater diversification into riskier assets...Full Report l Press Release
  • 1 Feb 2016
    • Government of Mongolia: Near-Term External Pressures Weigh on Credit Profile
      Although policy action over the past year has alleviated some pressures, the emergence of new sources of macroeconomic stress indicates that strains will continue… Full Report
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