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Another P2P online lending scandal hit sector amid Beijing crackdown


Shares in Gold-Finance Holdings, a Chinese peer-to-peer online lending firm, tumbled another more than 40 per cent in Hong Kong on Thursday after the stock's trading was suspended on Tuesday following up to 70 per cent plunge on Tuesday.

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