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Marketview: Chinese Contagion Again?

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Just when China, the world’s largest oil buyer, was showing signs of picking up some slack on the crude market, its largest and most indebted real estate developer is slowly collapsing with a soaring debt of about $300 billion and more immediate cash shortage and bond repayment issues.

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