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Crunchier Chinese credit?

12 December 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

Retail sales were up 18.8% in the year to November, suggesting the Chinese savings rate may be declining. That could spell trouble for banks, which need those savings to finance rapidly expanding lending. With the central bank draining liquidity, money may tighten fast.

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