China’s rapidly growing real estate market has become a politically sensitive subject for Beijing in the past few years. Photo: BloombergChina’s rapidly growing real estate market has become a politically sensitive subject for Beijing in the past few years. Photo: Bloomberg
China’s rapidly growing real estate market has become a politically sensitive subject for Beijing in the past few years. Photo: Bloomberg

China raises alarm on property bubble as ‘high-risk shadow banking’ returns amid virus lending push

  • To reboot the economy, China’s central bank has increased the amount of money available to banks to lend, a portion of which has been funnelled into real estate
  • Regulators are increasingly concerned about rising debt among businesses and households, as well as a rebound in off-balance sheet lending

Topic |   China economy
China’s rapidly growing real estate market has become a politically sensitive subject for Beijing in the past few years. Photo: BloombergChina’s rapidly growing real estate market has become a politically sensitive subject for Beijing in the past few years. Photo: Bloomberg
China’s rapidly growing real estate market has become a politically sensitive subject for Beijing in the past few years. Photo: Bloomberg
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