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China's credit quotas

3 February 2010 By Wei Gu

The government is right to try to control loan growth, but monthly quotas are too crude. In China, there’s not enough good data to get the limits right, and they favour weak stateowned companies. Higher interest rates and more subtle regulation would let the market work better.

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