News Headline Summary
Moody's says Chinese banking system outlook stable for the next 12-18 months despite an economic slowdown and long-term challenges because deregulation
- Expects China banks' bad debt situation to worsen in 2013.
- Sees recent progress in addressing asset quality at China banks.
Analysis details (03:49)
- Moody's expect long-term economic growth drivers, such as urbanization and productivity gains, to underpin a stable and moderate rate of growth.
14 Dec 2012 - 03:45
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