Regulating China's Shadow Banking System Isn't Easy
On a morning in March, row after row of chairs in the waiting room of Wenzhou Private Lending Registration Service Center sit empty. Zhou Xiang, a manager at one of the five government-sanctioned loan brokers operating in the center, which opened in 2012, hasn’t had a single customer today. “The volume of lending is so low we ourselves won’t be here long without expanding into some other businesses,” he says.
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