The Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece – Fifth review – October 2011

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doi: 10.2765/17837
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Grauer Kreditmarkt: Chinas Schattenbanken taumeln

Grauer Kreditmarkt: Chinas Schattenbanken taumeln

Hohe Zinsen, schleppende Konjunktur, kriselnde Banken – Europa und die USA kämpfen mit der Schuldenkrise. Doch selbst das reiche China ist keine Insel der Seligen. Im Gegenteil: Peking versucht derzeit verzweifelt, einen Flächenbrand auf dem Finanzmarkt zu verhindern.