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Eastern exception

15 October 2013 By Dominic Elliott

Chancellor George Osborne is to let China’s banks operate branches in the UK rather than separately capitalised subsidiaries. Smaller Chinese lenders may be less systemically risky. But Beijing’s oversight is opaque. The UK can ill afford to be seen as selectively light touch.

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