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China's central bank says lenders to tolerate higher bad loans to support firms hit by coronavirus outbreak

Hindu Saturday, 15 February 2020
“We will support qualified firms so that they can resume work and production as soon as possible,” said Fan Yifei, a vice governor at the People's Bank of China.
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