It's the credit squeeze China had to have
China's new leaders have picked a tough test for their economic management skills: the runaway shadow banking system.
China initiated a credit squeeze last Thursday when the People's Bank of China (PBOC) ignored a sharp rate spike on the interbank market.
It was the right call, because failure to move against runaway credit growth now would mean a systemic crisis not too far down the track.
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