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In the footnotes

26 August 2011 By John Foley

Bad loans are falling, capital buffers look healthy and earnings are shooting ahead – so why have China’s bank valuations fallen so far? Look deeper and there are signs that a slowing economy is hurting, potential problems lurk off the books, and small banks are struggling.

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