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Chinese investors tapped for euro rescue fund

The head of the euro zone rescue fund is travelling to China this week to drum up more support

26th October, 2011
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Klaus Regling, chief executive of the European Financial Stability Facility, is to visit China this week to meet investors in EFSF-issued debt.

Bloomberg News cited a spokesman for the EFSF as confirming the visit and describing it as "a normal round of discussions with important buyers of EFSF bonds,".

The EFSF was established last year to sell bonds to finance loans for distressed euro-area nations.

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