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China issued 200 billion yuan quota of special-purpose bonds to recapitalize small banks

Chinese authority has decided to allocate 200 billion yuan quota of special-purpose bonds for 18 provincial governments to recapitalize small and midsize banks, a banking official said, in an effort to boost credit to businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A quota of 200 billion yuan of special-purpose bonds has been earmarked for the initiative, said Liu Rong, a deputy chief of the city commercial bank supervision department at the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission . . .

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