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The east is in the red: the lessons of GITIC

GITIC’s bankruptcy in January — the biggest in Chinese history — left foreign banks reeling with credit lines pulled for PRC companies, and securities issues on hold. T K Chang of Coudert Brothers Hong Kong examines the implications of the first ever application of 1986 Bankruptcy Law to a leading financial institution

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