China is the largest single creditor to developing nations after the World Bank, including to many African nations like Kenya (pictured). Photo: AP
China is the largest single creditor to developing nations after the World Bank, including to many African nations like Kenya (pictured). Photo: AP

exclusive | China’s belt and road lending under more scrutiny after IMF tightens debt limits, experts say

  • China is the largest bilateral creditor to developing nations, but it is often criticised in the West for not offering enough transparency around its lending
  • But tougher debt monitoring at the International Monetary Fund is pressuring borrowers to disclose more information on Chinese loans, observers say

China is the largest single creditor to developing nations after the World Bank, including to many African nations like Kenya (pictured). Photo: AP
China is the largest single creditor to developing nations after the World Bank, including to many African nations like Kenya (pictured). Photo: AP
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