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So When Will China's Debt Bubble Finally Blow Up?

[According to analyst Charlene Chu], by the end of 2017, bad debt in China could hit 51 trillion yuan, or $7.6 trillion. Or about 68% of GDP! It would take the bad-debt ratio to an astronomical 34% of all loans, and way above the 5.3% that the authorities are proffering. And the authorities -- the government, the central bank, supported by the state-owned banks -- are now pulling all levers to keep this under control.
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