China's Banks Getting Less Strict on Bad Loans, Moody's SaysBloomberg News
Lenders fail to include some debt overdue at least 90 days
Chinese banks' profits to weaken further in second half
China’s banks are getting less strict in recognizing bad loans, failing to include some debts that have been overdue for at least 90 days, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
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