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Sonja Beer IW-Report No. 19 5. May 2022 China's real estate sector: How big is the crisis?

This report analyses the rising risks in the Chinese financial market as well as the current tensions in the Chinese real estate market.

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How big is the crisis?
Sonja Beer IW-Report No. 19 5. May 2022

China's real estate sector: How big is the crisis?

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This report analyses the rising risks in the Chinese financial market as well as the current tensions in the Chinese real estate market.

Since the introduction of the so-called three red lines and the tightening of the regulation on corporate borrowing rules, some highly indebted real estate companies have run into difficulties. There is a concern that these companies could go bankrupt. Such a development would have negative effects on China's financial market and potentially global financial markets. Due to various factors, this scenario does not seem very likely. However, a broader, far-reaching real estate crisis harbors the risk of significantly dampening China’s economic growth and thus also having a negative impact on the global economy.

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Sonja Beer IW-Report No. 19 5. May 2022

China's real estate sector: How big is the crisis?

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