China could suffer yet another downgrade from Moody's, as two officials from the ratings agency suggest the country's structural reforms will not be enough to halt rising debt levels.
According to Reuters, senior Moody's official Marie Diron said the ratings agency had been encouraged by China's "vast reform agenda", but it will not be enough to arrest the trend of rising debt. Li...
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