Poll findings: ‘Renminbi deposit drop will not stop growth in offshore loan market’

The fall in renminbi deposits held in Hong Kong will not have an immediate effect on the growth of the syndicated loan market, since there are still enough deposits to support a big boost in lending, according to EuroWeek Asia readers.

  • 16 Feb 2012
Hong Kong renminbi deposits started to fall at the end of last year, breaking a steady rise for the previous two years. Deposits are still well above the Rm370bn level of January 2011 — and even the most pessimistic analysts do not predict they will fall back to ...

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