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3 September 2018 By Pete Sweeney

China’s largest commercial bank will raise $30 bln by 2020. Its bad loan ratio looks healthy enough on paper, but weak credit is getting rolled over. Stronger reserves will help it come clean as regulators tighten up. Its smaller rivals, though, will struggle to follow suit.

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