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Paper tigers

19 Aug 2014 By John Foley

Lenders like ICBC and CCB are issuing bonds and preference shares at competitive prices. They can do so because of hazy reform prospects and the appearance they don’t need the money. Yet growing lending and rising bad debts mean the case for investing in the instruments is weak.

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