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China Stands Ready to Re-Inflate Bubble: Michael Kosowan

Will China, the “engine” of the world’s great economic machine, come chugging to a halt? Not likely. In the weeks ahead, China is likely to experiment with cutting interest rates and further devaluing its currency in order to stabilize the stock market. They may shuttle the bad debt off to warehouse-like institutions while they re-inflate their markets.

China's Shadow Banking Grinds To A Halt As Bad Debt Surges Most In A Decade

Shadow Banking is being tamed because changing structure of TSF suggests that Beijing’s efforts in controlling some types of shadow banking have made some achievements. If shadow banking collapse virus has finally jumped to China, there is no saying how far Chinese GDP can drop if it is now constrained on the top side by surge in bad debt.

China Peer-To-Peer Lending Bubble Bursts - 90% Companies May Default

According to research by Celent consultancy, the P2P lending market in China grew from $30m in 2009 to $940m in 2012 and is on track to reach $7.8bn by 2015 – Here’s the problem: it won’t. Dozens of the P2P lending websites went bankrupt and have shut as borrowers default on loans.

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