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China’s Hidden Risks: Shadow Banking and US Delisting

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Thu, 31 Jan 2013

Key points A large number of US-listed Chinese companies could be delisted due to a dispute between the United States and China over audit standards. Banks, a large portion of the Chinese stock market, are not immune to risks from the shadow banking sector—which has surged as China’s growth has sta

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