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China “the Most Obvious Candidate for Crisis” Due to Bad Debt: Capital Economics

Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at London-based Capital Economics, believes that the country's dependence on stimulus spending and burgeoning debt levels make it "the most obvious candidate" for an...

Brad Setser Asks if a Chinese Banking Crisis Could Trigger a Currency Collapse

Former US Treasury economist as well as Nouriel Roubini associate Brad Setser asks whether a crisis in China's banking sector could lead a collapse in the...

Dragonomics Foresees Financial Crisis in China Within a Decade

A leading investment consultancy says that China could suffer a financial crisis in under a decade a result of unsustainable debt growth. Gavekal Dragonomics chief economist Anatole...

SOE Debt Levels Could Imperil China’s Finance System

One of China's leading experts on risk in its financial system has pointed to high debt levels amongst state-owned enterprises as a major potential threats to stability. Speaking...

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Actually Used Foreign Investment in China Rises Nearly 40% in First Quarter, New Foreign Invested Enterprises up 47.8%

China has seen a surge in foreign investment in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020, with...

China’s Q1 GDP Surges 18.3% YoY, Two Year Average Growth Rate at 5.0%

Chinese GDP in the first quarter of 2021 has seen a surge compared to the same period last year, given the low...

MLF Rates Remain Unchanged for 13th Consecutive Month as Chinese Monetary Policy Stresses Stability

The Chinese central bank's open market operations (OMO) have kept the rate for medium-term instruments unchanged for over a year, with analysts...

PBOC Reiterates Commitment to Anti-trust Enforcement in Chinese Payments Sector, Development of Cross-border Payments

The Chinese central bank has stressed its commitment to enforcing anti-trust measures in China's payment sector, as well as efforts to improve...