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Lurking in the Shadows -- the Risks From Nonbank Intermediation in China
Senior Advisor, IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department
In the 12 months to June, over RMB 600 billion poured into China from short-term lending by nonresidents to Chinese corporations. These developments are worrying for four broad reasons.
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Why China Is Dangerous for Your Money
Editor and Director of Content, Inc.com
You don't quadruple loan volume during a recession by tightening lending standards. Loose lending leads to inflation or defaults or both. And if any country's banking system has too much of it, the end isn't pretty.
A Year Later, Non-Bank Regulation Still Needed
John Tepper Marlin
President, Boissevain Books LLC
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