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2017/10/27 | Peiyuan Lan
China's Double-edged Debt Conundrum
China certainly has debt problems, but regulatory crackdowns and signs of health among China's largest companies should give doomsayers pause for thought.
China’s Fevered Property Market Exporting Risk to Asia
Global risk merchants are starting to fret over Chinese local governance — a matter that was conveniently ignored throughout the growth boom of the past two decades.
The Structural Shifts at Play in Xi's Macroeconomic Balancing Act in China
The debate about China’s growth slowdown since 2010 continues to rage. Some think that the drop in China’s growth rate is cyclical. Others believe that trend growth has shifted down a gear.
China’s Unloading of FX Reserves, Spillbacks, and Quantitative Tightening
Once a widely held and an extremely desirable asset in the global economy, American debt is no longer the most desirable thing in the world.
2017/04/15 | Kongkea Chhoeun
The US–Cambodia Debt Stand-Off
The Cambodian government has once again called on the United States to cancel its US$500 million debt. However, it is unlikely under the Trump administration.
Cambodia, Sri Lanka and the China Debt Trap
Cambodia must be aware that China’s influence in the country will grow as the loans increase.
China’s Great Wall of Debt
As China's carousel of credit goes around, observers may interpret the system to be one happy affair. Until the wheels come off.
2016/11/21 | He Fan
Time to Wipe Out China's Army of Zombie Enterprises
For years, China's government and banks have backed unprofitable businesses for fear of mass unemployment. Now is the time to start feeling the pain before it becomes unbearable, argues He Fan.