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Bank deposit exodus, chip self-sufficiency

The recent slowdown in deposit growth does not signal a recovery in risk appetite among firms and households. On the contrary, it is being driven by their reluctance to borrow and their preference for safe assets.

Meanwhile, the latest push to encourage Chinese automakers to rely less on imported semiconductors is part of broader efforts to boost self-sufficiency in chips that are making increasing headway.

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