According to Nikkei, Hitachi’s new unit was lead manager on a syndicated ¥750 million yuan ($110 million) loan with Japanese banks, which is an unusual position for a leasing company.
The Nikkei reported that the Chinese government has been seeking capital from the private sector to facilitate infrastructure, healthcare and transportation projects, which are a primary areas of focus for Hitachi.
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