“We think credit growth will remain strong in the near-term,” Julian Evans-Pritchard at Capital Economics said in a note.
“Admittedly, bank lending has started to slow which we think will continue in the coming months given that loan quotas are now being tightened. But appetite for bond and equity issuance among private firms is picking up as confidence in the outlook has returned.”
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