credit growth

China may abandon lending target

After previous quotas have been ignored by banks, China may not announce an official target for credit growth this year, economists say.
January 19, 2011

Inflation is not a threat to China, says CLSA

However, China will have to stomach higher structural inflation in the next few years as the nation gets wealthier and wages increase at a double-digit rate, the brokerage firm argues.
January 16, 2011

Growing NPLs won't cripple China banking sector, says S&P

China’s banking sector will have a higher non-performing loan ratio in coming years, but good profitability, strong liquidity and adequate capitalisation will enable the major lenders to absorb unexpected credit losses.
July 22, 2010