Japan to drive excessive credit growth in Asia: AXA IM

Aggressive easing in Japan will encourage excess credit growth in Southeast Asia, as lending by Japanese banks increases relative to total domestic lending, says AXA IM.

  • 24 Apr 2013

Japan’s monetary policy strategy will increase lending volumes to emerging Asia, which could be problematic as credit in much of the region is already expanding very quickly.

Emerging Asian economies will benefit from increased cross-border lending enabled by excess liquidity released by the Bank of Japan (BoJ). Currently ...

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