Investors are urging China's leadership to tackle issues including the country's rapidly expanding 'bad debt' levels at this week's 19th Party Congress to avoid a "disorderly unwind" in years to come, although they do not believe the world's second largest economy is facing a hard-landing risk at this point.
Concerns about debt levels in China rose over the summer as Standard & Poor's downgraded the country's credit rating from AA- to A+, with some analysts estimating levels could reach as high as $7.6trn...
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