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China's credit crunch

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In another blow to the chances of global recovery, the Chinese economy showed signs of weakening. Both imports and exports are down, and China is suffering its own credit crunch. The state is limiting lending to hold down inflation. That is forcing businesses to turn to illegal "shadow banks" as they call them. But their sky high rates of interest are more than most can afford.