Asia Investor - Fate of China banks, with world's most 'nonperforming loans,' worries everyone, including Chinese customers; Putin retreats on Asian energy front; Japan still reflects export market losses

Sanders, Sol W.
July 2009
East-Asia-Intel Reports;7/1/2009, p9
The article offers world news briefs. Chinese customers are worried that nonperforming loans of Chinese government-owned banks will increase. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is inviting foreign investors to help develop two new oil and gas fields in Russia. The industrial production of Japan for May 2009 has declined which led companies to shut down their whole production lines and laid off thousands of temporary workers.


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