Rising Yuan a Bane For China's Bad Loans?

Shepherd, Bill
August 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;8/15/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 32, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on the possible opportunity for the international distressed-debt investment banks, if the nonperforming loan problem in China will worsen as a result of a rising yuan, its currency. List of international distressed-debt players that will likely benefit from the scenario, such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank; Difficulty faced by foreign distressed-debt investors upon entering the Chinese nonperforming loan market; Increase the pressure for the central government to act on the nonperforming loan problem.


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