A report by two economists from the International Monetary Fund touched on the controversial issue of transparency with regards to China’s accounting and reporting of its debt situation. Photo: AP A report by two economists from the International Monetary Fund touched on the controversial issue of transparency with regards to China’s accounting and reporting of its debt situation. Photo: AP
A report by two economists from the International Monetary Fund touched on the controversial issue of transparency with regards to China’s accounting and reporting of its debt situation. Photo: AP

China should come clean on local government debt, International Monetary Fund report says

Researchers urge Beijing to publish detailed and accessible budget accounts, and overall debt levels by province at least once a year

Topic |   China economy
A report by two economists from the International Monetary Fund touched on the controversial issue of transparency with regards to China’s accounting and reporting of its debt situation. Photo: AP A report by two economists from the International Monetary Fund touched on the controversial issue of transparency with regards to China’s accounting and reporting of its debt situation. Photo: AP
A report by two economists from the International Monetary Fund touched on the controversial issue of transparency with regards to China’s accounting and reporting of its debt situation. Photo: AP
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