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Regional Chinese Banks Succumb to Spate of Credit Downgrades

A slew of smaller regional banks in China have met with downgrades from credit-ratings agencies, as Beijing's deleveraging campaign hampers business conditions and leads...

Deleveraging Drive Undiminished by New Asset Management Rules: Chinese State Media

State-owned media says the launch of new rules that supplement sweeping asset management regulations launched earlier this year will in no way diminish the...

China Faces Hard Choice Between Deleveraging and Economic Growth

A leading expert on China's financial system says that the country's banks are still under heavy stress, and that Beijing will soon need to...

Deleveraging Campaign Leaves China’s Private Sector Hardest Hit

A new report from a leading Chinese ratings agency says that the country's ongoing deleveraging campaign has hit the private sector hardest, leading to...

Chinese Banks Dodge Deleveraging Campaign Using Negotiable Certificates of Deposit: UBS

Chinese banks have used negotiable certificates of deposit to avoid Beijing's ongoing deleveraging measures according to a new analysis from UBS Group AG, implying...

China Will Maintain Deleveraging Campaign Under 2016 – 2020 Five Year Plan

China will maintain its ongoing deleveraging campaign and continue to drive key reforms of the financial sector according to sources speaking to Reuters. The sources...

Australia’s Central Bank Frets Over Chinese Shadow Banking

The Reserve Bank of Australia is concerned that the rapid expansion of China's shadow banking sector over the past decade poses a threat to...

Can China’s Economy Still Grow Amidst Deleveraging Campaign?

Bloomberg columnist Daniel Moss argue that China can continue to maintain economic growth amidst a sharp tightening of credit because of the rising prominence...

CBIRC Says It Will “Deleverage Enterprises, Dismantle Shadow Banking”

China's newly formed banking and insurance regulator has stressed the need to reduce the leverage ratios of the corporate sector, as well as "dismantle"...

SASAC Hopes to List 70% of Central State-owned Enterprise Assets by 2020

China's State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) plans to list at least 70% of central state-owned enterprise (SOE) assets by the end of...

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