Inflation, Dollar, Other Pressures Add Up to Debt Distress

From interest and exchange rates to rising inflation and fears of recession, the International Monetary Fund’s latest World Economic Outlook delineates all-too-familiar pain points for households,...

October 21, 2022 | By Jeffrey Kutler


Pandemic Bonds: A Tool for Mitigating the Short-Term Debt Crisis in China

The increased liquidity and credit risks imposed by COVID-19 have forced many Chinese businesses to rack up debt, with some now in danger of running out of cash. Small and medium-sized enterprises...

April 24, 2020 | By Yu Xiaojian and Zeng Wenzheng


Coronavirus Risks and Challenges Impacting the Chinese Service Industry

The dramatic cost in human capital of the extremely contagious, life-altering novel coronavirus has been well documented, but the pandemic has also extracted a heavy toll on China's economy. The...

March 27, 2020 | By Yu Xiaojian and Zeng Wenzheng


Finding Opportunities in Black Swans: China's Banking Industry Seeks Stability and Innovation amid COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has been a true black swan event, significantly increasing liquidity and credit risks in the global financial services industry. However, in China, regulators, banks and...

March 20, 2020 | By Catherine Chen

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