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Asia | 11 October 2018 Armageddon on Hold China Still Passes the Debt Stress Tests
We have recently looked at China's capacity to grow its way out of the debt overhang--see here--and whether last year's deleveraging can be sustained; see here.

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11 October 2018 Armageddon on Hold China Still Passes the Debt Stress Tests

By Freya Beamish

We have recently looked at China's capacity to grow its way out of the debt overhang--see here--and whether last year's deleveraging can be sustained; see here.

Posted: 11th Oct 2018 in 'Asia'

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