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IMF: It's time to worry about China's 'dangerous' debt

China's huge debt pile could be the trigger for the next financial crisis as borrowing reaches unsustainable levels, according to a study from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The IMF released its annual report on the Chinese economy, as it does with all major economies, on Tuesday, and while it revised the country's growth outlook upwards for the next four years, the fund also issued a stark warning about rising debt levels.
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