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[万花筒] 【整理】2012-06-16&06-18 中国加大银行业监管力度

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Taming China's boisterous banks


As China undergoes a slowdown, investors and regulators look under the hood of the country's massive, state-dominated banking sector, charged with keeping the world's second-largest economy ticking.

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China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now detained the head of China's Postal Savings Bank, accused of economic crimes. It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and bad loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risky lending, say Reuters sources. But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Warner.

This is part of the opening-up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to show in the light on their practices.

The real risk to China's banks is runaway lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushes banks to pump liquidity into the flagging economy.

If we see a sharp acceleration in loan growth, ah yes, that will increase investor's concern. And that would certainly increase their concern over the banks about the credit quality of their loan book. And you know, especially for as you're going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.

Investors are hoping for more strengths in 2009 when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rising problem loans. With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP, the sector will be watched closely for any signs of distress.

Tasa Donald for Reuters

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[Homework]2012-06-16&06-18 中国加大银行业监管力度

China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities overnight detained the head of China's postal saving bank accused of economic crimes. It's just weeks after another top banking executive with taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and that loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risk lending say Reuters sources. But putting dodge dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Warner.This is part of the opening-up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to show the light on their practices.
The real risk to China's banks is run-away lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushed banks to prompt liquidity into the flagging economy.
If we see a sharp acceleration of loan growth, ah yes, that would increase investor's concern. That would certainly increase their concern of the banks about the critical to quality of their loan book. And you know, especially for as you're going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.
Investors are hoping for more constraints in 2009 when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rising problem loans. With government debt approaching half of China's GDP, the sect would be watching closely for any signs of distress.
Tasa Donald for Reuters

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China is getting serious about corruptions in its banks,at least,that seems to be the message,authorities have 9 to 10 in head of china's postal savings bank accused of economic crimes,it's just weeks of drawing another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations,the crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of china's banks,deadlines on their box regulators recently order banks to review risk lending,say Reuster Sources,putting dodge dealing onto the spotlight is the positive sign,says Mark Warner,this is a part of the opening up and somebody is close in situations,opening up the market to competition and potentiouly preparing them for an IPO,but to do so,you do have to show in the line on their practices,the real estate to china's banks' run alway lending,analyst say,new loans on the rise as the government pushes the banks to pump the * in to the flagging economy,if we see a sharp acceleration of loan growth,ah,yes,that would increase that straight concern,and that would certainly increase that concern over the banks about the credit * of their loan book and here especially as you are going into a soaring economy,that would concering investors significantly,investors are hoping for more strain than in 2009 when a flood of new loans caused a sharp rising in problem loans,the government debt approaching half of china's GDP,this sect will be watched closely for any signs of distress.
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China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now detained the head of China's postal savings bank accused of economic crimes. It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and their loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risk lending say Reuters sources. But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Warner.This is part of the opening-up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to show the light on their practices.
The real risk to China's banks is run-away lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushed banks to prompt liquidity into the flagging economy.
If we see a sharp acceleration of loan growth, ah yes, that would increase investor's concern. That would certainly increase their concern of the banks about the credit quality of their loan book. And you know, especially for as you're going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.
Investors are hoping for more strengths in 2009 when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rising problem loans. With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP, the sect would be watching closely for any signs of distress.
Tasa Donald for Reuters
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        China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now detained the head of China's Postal Savings Bank accused of economic crimes. It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and their loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risk lending say Reuters sources. But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Werner.
        This is part of the opening-up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to show the light on their practices.
        The real risk to China's banks is runaway lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushes banks to prompt liquidity into the flagging economy.
        If we see a sharp acceleration of loan growth, yes, that would increase investors concern. That would certainly increase their concern of the banks about the credit quality of their loan book. And you know, especially as you're going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.
        Investors are hoping for more strength in 2009 when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rising problem loans. With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP, the sector would be watched closely for any signs of distress.
        Tessa Donald for Reuters.
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least that seems to be the message
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say Reuters sources. But putting dodgy dealings under
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China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now detained the head of China's Postal Savings Bank, accused of economic crimes.

It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and bad loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risk lending, say Reuters sources.

But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Warner.This is part of the opening-up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to show(ing) the light on their practices.

The real risk to China's banks is run-away lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushes banks to pump liquidity into the flagging economy.

If we see a sharp acceleration in loan growth, ah yes, that will increase investor concern. And that would certainly increase that concern over the banks about the credit quality of their loan book. And you know, especially as you're going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.

Investors are hoping for more strengthening in 2009 when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rise in problem loans. With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP, the sector would be watched closely for any signs of distress.

Tasa Donald for Reuters
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China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now detained the head of China's Postal Savings Bank, accused of economic crimes.
It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and bad loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risky lending, say Reuters sources.
But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Werner. “This is part of the opening-up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to shine the light on their practices.”
The real risk to China's banks is run-away lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushes banks to pump liquidity into the flagging economy.
If we see a sharp acceleration in loan growth, ah yes, that will increase investor concern. And that would certainly increase their concern over the banks about the credit quality of their loan book. And you know, especially as you're going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.
Investors are hoping for more strength than in 2009 when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rise in problem loans. With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP, the sector will be watched closely for any signs of distress.
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China is getting serious about corruption in its banks, at least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now to the head of China Postal Saving Bank accused of economice crimes. It's just weeks after another top banking excutives with taking cus* for corruption delegations
The crackdown comes worries the grow the health of Chinese banks and deadlines on their books. Regulators recently ordered banks to view risky lendings seeing what its souces is. But duge dealings under the spotlight for positive signs, says Mike Warner.

"This is part of the opening up of some of these close instutitions and opening the market competion, and intentionally comparing them for an IPO. But to do so, you do have to shine the eye on their practices. "

The real risk to Chinese banks is run-away lending and let us see , yellow is on a rise , as government push banks to ponser* liquidity into the flat year economy.

"* see a sharp celeration on the loan growth, and yes that will increase the extra concern, and that would certainly increase the concern of the banks, about the critical of their loan book, and you know, specially as you going into an slowing economy, that would concerns the *."

Investors are hoping for more strengths in 2009 when the flunt of new lending close to sharp rising problem worryings. With government's deteriorated approaching half Chinese GDP, it set to be watched closely for any signs of distress.

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HW china is getting serious about corruptions at its banks. at least  it seems to be the message. authorities have now detained the head of the postal saving bank accused of economic crimes. it's just weeks of another top banking executive who was taken into custody for corruption allegations. the crackdown comes with worries about the health of china's banks and the loans on the books. regulators recently own their thanks to a review risk landing. but putting dodged dealings onto spotlight is a positive sign, says milkal warna. this is part of the opening up some of the closing situations, and opening them to competition is potentially preparing them for 90PL. but to do so, you do have to shine the light on the practices. the reality  is that china's banks run away landing, analysts say. new loans are on the rise, as the government pushes the banks' punklity into the flugy economy. that will increase investors' concern. and that would cerntainly increase the concern the banks'  of the credit of their loanbooks. you see, especially you are going into a slowing down economy, that would concern the investors.  investors are hoping more strength in 2009 a flood new landing. wiht government deadly pushing hardly forward the country's GDP,  the sector  will watch closely any signs of distress.
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China's getting serious about corruption at its banks, at least that seems to be the message. Authorities have now detained the head of China's Postal Savings Bank, accused of economic crimes.

It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taking into custody for corruption allegations.

The crackdown comes as the worries grow that the health of China's banks and bad loans on their books. Regulators recently ordered the banks to reveal risk landing, say Reuters sources.

But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Warner. This is part of the opening-up of some of the closing insituations and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so you do have to shine the light on their practices.

The real risk to China's banks is run-away landing, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushes banks to pump liquidity into the flagging economy.

If we see a sharp acceleration in loan growth, ah yes, that would increase investor concern. And that would certainly increase that concern over the banks about the credit quality of their loan book. And you know, especially as you're going into a slowing economy, that would concern the investors significantly.

Investors are hoping for more strengthening in 2009 when a flood of new landing casued a sharp rise in problem loans. With government debts already approaching half of China's GDP, the sector would be watched closely for any signs of distress.

Tasa Donald for Reuters.
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China is getting serious about corruption in its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authorities overnight detained the head of the China's Postal Saving bank, accused of economic crime. It's just weeks after another top banking excutive was taken into custody for corruption allegation. The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and dead loans on theirs books. Regulators recently audited banks to reveal risk lendings, say ?? sources. But putting dodgy dealings under the spotlight is a positive sign, says Mike Warner " this is part of the opening up for some of these close institutions, uh, opening them up to competition intentionally preparing them for ITL. But to do so, you do have to show in the light on their practices." The real risk is China's banks' runaway lending, analysts say. New loans are going on the rise, as the government pushes banks to prompt liquidity into the flagging economy.

"If we see a sharp acceleration of loan growth, uh yes, that will increase investor' concerns, and that would certainly increase the concerns of the banks, the credit quality of their loan book, you know, especally as you are going into a slowing economy, that would concern investors significantly."

Investors are hoping for more strengths in 2009 when a flood new lending caused sharp rising problem loans. With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP, the fact will be watched closely say any signs of distress.
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[Homework]2012-06-16&06-18 中国加大银行业监管力度

     China is getting serious about corruption at its banks.At least that seems to be the message.Authorities have now detained the head of China's postal savings bank accused of economic crimes.It's just weeks after another top banking executive was taken into custody for corruption allegations.The crackdown comes as worries grow about the health of China's banks and their loans on their books.Regulators recently audit banks to reveal risk landing say Reuters sources.But putting dodgy dealing under the spotlight is a positive sign says Mike Warner.

     This is part of the opening up of some of these closed institutions and opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO.But to do so you do have to show the light on their practices.


     The real risk to China's banks is runaway  lending,analysts say,new loans are on the rise as the government pushed banks to prompt liquidity into the flagging economy.


     If we see a sharp acceleration of loan growth,yes,that will increase investors concern.And that would certainly increase their concern of the banks about the credit quality of their loan book.And you know especially as you going into a slowing economy that would concern investors significantly.


      Investors are hoping for more strength in 2009 when a flood of new landing caused a sharp rise in problem loans.With government debt already approaching half of China's GDP,the sector would be watched closely for any signs of distress.

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[Homework]2012-06-16&06-18 中国加大银行业监管力度

China is getting serious about corruption at its banks. At least that seems to be the message. Authority have detained the head of China's Postal Savings Bank accused of economic crimes. It's just weeks after another top banking executive who was taken into custody for corruption allegations. The crackdown come as worries grow about the health of Chinese banks and bad loans on their books. Regulators recently audit banks to review risk lending. But putting dodgy dealings onto the spotlight is a positive sign, says Micheal Warner. This is part of the openning up of some of these closed institutions. Opening them up to competition and potentially preparing them for an IPO. But to do so, you do have to show the light on their practices. The real risk to Chinese banks is run away lending, analysts say. New loans are on the rise as the government pushes banks to pump liquidity into the flagging economy. If we see a sharp acceleration in loan growth, Ah yes, that will increase investor concern. And that will certainly increase that concern of the banks about the credit quality of their loan book, and, you know, especially as you are going into a slowing economy that will concern investors significantly.
Investors are hoping for more strength than in 2009, when a flood of new lending caused a sharp rise in problem loans. With government debt already approching half of China's GDP, the sector would be watched closely  for any signs of distress.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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