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Asia Documents | 29 June 2017 China's Debt is not too High, but it Grew too Fast - Reckoning will Come
China's total debt stock is high for a country at its stage of development, relative to GDP, but it is sustainable for country with excess savings. China was never going to be a typical EM, where external debtors can trigger a crisis by demanding payment.

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29 June 2017 China's Debt is not too High, but it Grew too Fast - Reckoning will Come

By Freya Beamish

China's total debt stock is high for a country at its stage of development, relative to GDP, but it is sustainable for country with excess savings. China was never going to be a typical EM, where external debtors can trigger a crisis by demanding payment.

Posted: 28th Jun 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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