China faces $4 trillion ‘ticking debt bomb’ amid financial crisis with Evergrande

According to the Indian news channel WION, China is experiencing a “dangerous debt bubble” as a result of the ongoing crisis at Chinese property giant Evergrande.

China is said to have racked up $4 trillion worth of debt with WION reporting that the true number may be much higher amid attempts by Xi Jinping’s officials to hide the amount of borrowing needed to fuel China’s massive housing and infrastructure boom.

WION presenter Palki Sharma said: “There is a dangerous debt bubble in China, it is a ticking time bomb that Chinese officials have tried to hide.

“China’s overall debt now stands at well over 270 percent of its GDP, you heard that right, let me repeat the figure 270 percent of China’s GDP that’s debt.

“China’s outstanding foreign debt reach $2.4 trillion in 2020.

“Those are the numbers that we know about what’s making the crisis worse is the hidden debt, the numbers that we don’t know about like the borrowings by local governments no transparency there.

She continued: “Here’s something you should know, the state is the biggest borrower in China local governments depend on off the books borrowing, meaning those numbers are not on the books they’re hidden.

“In 2018 Standard and Poor’s came out with a report estimated that hidden government debt could be well over $4 trillion.

“And this $4 trillion bomb now looks set to explode.

“China tried to clean the house quietly but the defaults, have brought the truth.”

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One response to “China faces $4 trillion ‘ticking debt bomb’ amid financial crisis with Evergrande”

  1. Maybe now the people will revolt big time from within in China. It’s time again to turn the CCP upside down like so many of its predecessors. Start by killing the CCP leaders and the people will gather steam for the rest.

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