After slowing last year, bank loan growth jumped to a 10-month high in January. After accounting for seasonal effects, broad credit growth looks to have ticked up too. We expect the recovery to continue in the near-term as the lifting of virus restrictions and wider policy easing drive a revival in credit demand.
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