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China new bank loans jump, first quarter lending hits record US$1.3 trillion, ‘further acceleration’ expected

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese banks extended 3.13 trillion yuan (US2 billion) in new yuan loans in March, data released on Monday showed, while new bank lending in the first quarter rose to a record of 8.34 trillion yuan (US.3 trillion).

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Chinese banks extended 3.13 trillion yuan (US$492 billion) in new yuan loans in March, data released on Monday showed, while new bank lending in the first quarter rose to a record of 8.34 trillion yuan (US$1.3 trillion).
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