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Asia | 26 September 2018 Is China Really Deleveraging, and can it Last?
After years of rapid increase, China appears finally to have stabilised its ratio of private non-financial to GDP ratio.

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26 September 2018 Is China Really Deleveraging, and can it Last?

By Freya Beamish

After years of rapid increase, China appears finally to have stabilised its ratio of private non-financial to GDP ratio.

Posted: 26th Sep 2018 in 'Asia'

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