Bad medicine

17 June 2013 By John Foley

Soaring interbank rates should be a fitting punishment for lenders which lent too freely and unwisely. But if allowed to persist, the pain could spread beyond banks to corporate and government borrowers – and the economy. It is unlikely China’s leaders have the stomach for that.

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