Business | Daily sun | 2016-03-29
China bank profits flat-line as bad debts continue to soar By | Last Updated: 29th March, 2016, 00:00

BEIJING: China’s Big Four state-run banks this week are set to report annual earnings growth that likely flat-lined after around a decade of terrific profitability, as a surge in soured loans continued…

China bank profits flat-line as bad debts continue to soar

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