WASHINGTON – Here’s something to watch in 2014: China’s debt. Although the odds of a full-blown financial crisis are slim, they’re not nonexistent.
The flash point is the burgeoning debt of Chinese localities to finance major infrastructure — roads, bridges, water and sewer systems, subways, telecommunications networks — as well as housing and commercial real estate developments.
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