Chinese central bank's balance sheet shrank by more than 700 billion yuan in the first half of the year after several cuts to reserve requirement ratio. China's money multiplier hit a new record high amid credit expansion.
Central bank officials said that the shrinking balance sheet does not mean a drop in money supply, and instead, it means an expansion in credit.
By the end of June, the total asset on the balance . . .
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