Tougher action needed on China debts – research body


A corporate debt crisis in China is unlikely in the short or medium term, but concerted efforts are needed to mitigate sectoral and financial stability risks, a regional research organisation has warned.

Speaking in Beijing on August 28, Junhong Chang, director at the Asean+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (Amro), said high and rising corporate debt in China are among the top economic issues in China that “economists, media and policymakers around the world are paying increasing attention to”.

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