Money in the Bank?

Ferguson, Tim
July 2006
Forbes Asia;7/3/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p9
The article looks at the possibility that China will experience banking crisis and crash, which could potentially set off a worldwide financial calamity. The China bears have tong bet on this happening. The longer time passes without meltdown, the more skepticism may be due such a view. Even as China's economy grows 10% a year: The nation is unduly reliant on bank lending for internal capital, the nonperforming loan rate is high and the transparency is low.


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