Senior state bank officials sacked

May 1995
Asian Business Review;May95, p48
Reports on the penalties imposed by the People's Bank of China's on 11 senior State banking officials after violations of a credit squeeze. Number of officials fired by the bank; Details of the scandal; Identification of ten banks that allegedly violated Central Bank rules. INSET: Central bank law draft falls short..


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