Can Seigniorage Revenue Keep China's Financial System Afloat?
The main problem that this paper addresses is that the people's bank of China and China's state-owned banks have undertaken and continue to undertake large quasi-fiscal activities. Transfers from the Chinese banking system in the form of interest subsidies and loan default averaged over 5% of GDP over the period 1992-94.
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|Date of creation:||1997|
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