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Mainland bank loans recover in June
(07-15 17:45)

China's lending banks picked up in June from May as the authorities accelerated infrastructure investment to boost the flagging economy.
The country's central bank said domestic banks granted just over one trillion yuan in new loans last month - up from about 870 billion in May.
But analysts warned of a possible debt bubble, adding that the central bank could start tightening monetary policy in the third quarter of 2014 if such risks arise. --RTHK   
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