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‘The Last Free Lunch’: PBOC’s Zhou Had Early Qualms on Debt Swaps

Seventeen years ago, Zhou Xiaochuan, then president of one of China's oldest and largest banks, wrote an essay in an economics bimonthly magazine addressing the hottest policy topic of the day: a controversial new government program that let selected state-owned companies unwind loans they couldn’t repay with massive equity transfers to banks.
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