In the media | 20 Sep 2021

CNBC: Sian Fenner on Chinese government may not directly step in to help Evergrande avoid default

Sian Fenner, Lead Economist at Oxford Economics says the Chinese government may work behind the scenes to ensure banks work on debt restructuring, and will try to avoid any significant spillovers that might occur with an Evergrande default.

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