Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at BAML, believes Beijing will carry on with its administrative tighteningin the second half. Photo: Jonathan Wong Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at BAML, believes Beijing will carry on with its administrative tighteningin the second half. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at BAML, believes Beijing will carry on with its administrative tighteningin the second half. Photo: Jonathan Wong
China economy

Credit tightening in China to continue, BAML says

Bank of America Merrill Lynch says Beijing is likely to continue with its campaign to rein in the shadow banking sector and tamp down credit growth in the second half

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Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at BAML, believes Beijing will carry on with its administrative tighteningin the second half. Photo: Jonathan Wong Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at BAML, believes Beijing will carry on with its administrative tighteningin the second half. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Helen Qiao, chief greater China economist at BAML, believes Beijing will carry on with its administrative tighteningin the second half. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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