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Twin blows

27 April 2012 By Wei Gu

Chinese lenders kept the country from a crisis in 2008. But now they’re facing a squeeze. Deposits are harder to find, thanks to the decline in the automatic inflow from the shrinking trade surplus. Meanwhile, losses are rising on loans to smaller businesses hit by poor demand.

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