China: Rongsheng and CDB Ink USD 100 Million Loan Agreement

China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group Holdings Limited,signed agreement for a loan of US$ 100 million with China Development Bank (CDB) Hong Kong branch.

This offshore US-dollar loan marks a milestone on the cooperation history between CDB and the Group. CDB Hong Kong Branch is the launch pad for CDB’s transition into world market. Its operations were set up to serve strong Chinese enterprise in the international arena. The corporation with China Rongshengillustrates CDB’s support to domestic private-owned enterprise and CDB’s efforts as a financial bridge between mainland China and Hong Kong.

In addition, this cooperation is another successful practice after China Rongsheng secured its first overseas syndicated loan of US$220 million in August. This demonstrates great support from financial institutioins and China Rongsheng’s proactive risk management strategy.

Ch Rongsheng is a leading large-scale heavy industry enterprise group. It possesses two manufacturing bases of shipbuilding and offshore engineering in Nantong of Jiangsu Province and diesel engine in Hefei of Anhui Province both approved by NDRC, covering wide services ranging from shipbuilding, offshore engineering, power engineering, engineering machinery and etc.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, December 30, 2011; Image: rshi

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Posted on December 30, 2011

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