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Asia | 31 October 2017 China's Developers Increase Risky Debt Issuance as Property Cools
In yesterday's Monitor we suggested that China's profits surge has been party dependent on developers' risky debt issuance practices.

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31 October 2017 China's Developers Increase Risky Debt Issuance as Property Cools

By Freya Beamish

In yesterday's Monitor we suggested that China's profits surge has been party dependent on developers' risky debt issuance practices.

Posted: 30th Oct 2017 in 'Asia'

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