China Signals Reserve Ratios May Be Used to Discipline BanksBloomberg News
Officials want to control competition after freeing up rates
State Council's message adds to PBOC's warnings to lenders
China’s cabinet indicated that reserve-ratio requirements, the rules that require banks to park money with the central bank, could be used to discipline any lenders that compete too aggressively for deposits under newly-loosened interest-rate rules.
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