China’s banks get cash injection

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The $45 billion cash injection into two of China’s biggest banks, the Bank of China (BOC) and China Construction Bank (CCB), late last year has emphasised the Chinese government’s determination to rid the banking sector of its colossal non-performing loan problem. But the two banks must now make the capital injection count by implementing and improving risk controls, say analysts.

China’s four big banks – Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China and the Industrial and

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