China's new Yuan loans registered CNY 620bn in February

By bne IntelliNews March 19, 2013
China's new yuan loans were posted at CNY 620bn in February this year, while the new loans in foreign currencies were registered at CNY 114.9bn. As reported by Xinhua China Money, the nation's social financing was registered at CNY 1.07trn during the period. The nation's M2 money supply increased 15.2% y/y, the M1 money supply increased 9.5% y/y and the M0 money supply grew 17.2% y/y during the period.
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