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Credit reset

24 December 2020 By William Rhodes and Stuart Mackintosh

Developing nations, struggling to repay loans, are being slowly locked out of credit markets. Their plight is likely to worsen. But when it comes to resolving this looming crisis, China has been largely missing in action. It should be held to a higher standard.

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