Chinese banks lend aggressively in early July, risking another crackdown

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – New local currency yuan loans extended by China’s big four state-owned banks stood at an unusually large 170 billion yuan ($27.7 billion) in the first week of July, the official Shanghai Securities News said on Thursday, a move that may alarm regulators trying to strangle distorted credit growth.

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