China's top banking regulator warns banks against a rise in non-performing assets

China’s top banking regulator warns banks against a rise in non-performing assets

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“China’s top banking and insurance regulator said banks should guard against a rise in non-performing assets, as the country rolls back some of the relief measures implemented during the pandemic to help firms withstand the fallout.

In 2020, the central bank encouraged financial institutions to lower rates for virus-stricken firms and extend payment deadlines, among other measures, to give borrowers some breathing space during the coronavirus crisis.”

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