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China: Aggregate of Credit to Households and Businesses in Excess of GDP in per cent - Zerohedge

"The BIS found that the single most reliable indicator of looming banking crises is when the aggregate of credit to households and businesses exceeds GDP by more than 10% (as it did prior to the US subprime crisis). Needless to say, China was well past the point of no return."

Source: IMF Stress Tests Find $280 Billion Black Hole In Chinese Banks' Capital


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