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Foreign fields

1 August 2011 By Wei Gu

Better-than-expected factories data shows China hasn’t over-tightened. Beijing has curbed domestic loans, but Hong Kong banks are lending and offshore bond issuance also surged. The practice adds risk for foreign investors, and hinders China’s efforts to squash inflation.

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