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Control discount

8 November 2017 By Edward Hadas

With state-dominated banks, capital controls and a trade surplus, along with a strong economy, the People’s Republic would seem well-placed to limit the risk of foreign debt. Not so. As a new report illuminates, China, like its global peers, is vulnerable to a liquidity crisis.

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