China must learn to live with corporate default
Fear of letting go
Bonds in China don’t default. Instead, issuers like solar panel maker Chaori are bailed out in private. That has warped perceptions of risk, and made banks look safer than they really are. Though the first failure will be a shock to the system, it is inevitable - and necessary.
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