An IMF report on global financial stability says economic vulnerabilities in China are “driven by riskier corporate borrowers”. Photo: Xinhua An IMF report on global financial stability says economic vulnerabilities in China are “driven by riskier corporate borrowers”. Photo: Xinhua
An IMF report on global financial stability says economic vulnerabilities in China are “driven by riskier corporate borrowers”. Photo: Xinhua

IMF urges China to reduce corporate debt risk made worse by heavy pandemic lending

  • Chinese financial authorities should stop providing such easy access to capital, especially to ‘riskier borrowers’, International Monetary Fund says
  • China made it easier for businesses to borrow during the pandemic to keep them and the economy afloat, and loans went to many struggling firms 

Topic |   International Monetary Fund (IMF)
An IMF report on global financial stability says economic vulnerabilities in China are “driven by riskier corporate borrowers”. Photo: Xinhua An IMF report on global financial stability says economic vulnerabilities in China are “driven by riskier corporate borrowers”. Photo: Xinhua
An IMF report on global financial stability says economic vulnerabilities in China are “driven by riskier corporate borrowers”. Photo: Xinhua
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