China’s $26.6 trillion in debt poses numerous threats to the nation’s economy, but some experts say savings, government and domestic scope make it less risky than it appears
One economist said the pace of China's debt accumulation was a greater worry than its size, and even if the $26.6 trillion load doesn't trigger a full-scale crisis, it could push the country into a drawn-out slump like Japan's.
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