China's Debt

China's Debt-To-GDP Set To Reach 300 Percent In 2020

At the prestigious SALT Conference held last week, one got to hear contrasting views on China's future. While some speakers were ultra-bears, there were others who thought this was just the right time to make an entry in the Chinese market. China's debt bubble is considered the riskiest and is especially oversized in the corporate sector.
Kyle Bass bearish on China, Burbank bullish
Kyle Bass reiterated his negative view on China's recklessly large credit bubble and said that the economy is experiencing . . .


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