Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Report: Chinese local governments probably will default on bank loans

China's banks loaned more than $1 trillion to provincial financing agencies to stimulate the economy, but many of the loans are expected to go into default, according to Century Weekly, citing information from the China Banking Regulatory Commission. Almost a quarter of the loans are at risk of going unpaid, according to the publication. Many of the borrowers are of "questionable credit quality," a Standard & Poor's analyst said.

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