Will China’s lending frenzy force state banks back into bad habits?

The nation’s banks doubled new lending year-on-year in January to a staggering Rmb1.6 trillion. Public sector demand is on the rise on the back of the government’s hefty stimulus package. But while the banks are capital rich, their lack of risk management expertise could mean more bad loans are just than a matter of time. Asiamoney investigates where mistakes might be made.

  • 13 Mar 2009
When China’s central bank released its monthly figures on new lending for January, observers were admittedly expecting an increase. The nation’s banks typically lend a lot in the first calendar month, as they seek to front-load their exposures for the year.
But nobody was expecting the final figure ...

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