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Easy money

4 Mar 2011 By Wayne Arnold

Foreign bank loans to Asia have soared to $2.8 trillion, above precrisis levels. Lenders have stampeded into Japan, China, and even tiny Cambodia. Asian economies are in better shape than before 1997’s crash, but a reversal of risk appetite could still be devastating.

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