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Holy Mountain (Mar. 23)
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Chinese central bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan (周小川) said that local-government financing vehicles using land as collateral may pose risks for the nation’s banks.

“When land prices rise, there may be over-valuation of land,” Zhou said at a press briefing in Beijing yesterday. “In the future, if land prices fall, there may be a difference in the assessment of the loan.”