China’s financial sector is booming

China’s growing financial industry is helping fuel economic growth, but some experts warn that growth is faltering as the country’s financial system is under severe strain.

The People’s Bank of China, which controls the countrys financial sector, has long been under pressure to tackle the country-wide financial crisis.

The country’s banking industry is also struggling to cope with surging debt levels.

But a recent report by the Financial Times paints a gloomy picture of the Chinese financial sector.

In a study published in February, the Financial Post found that China’s banking sector had contracted by 3.3% in 2015, the worst annual decline since 2009.

The financial industry also contracted by 0.3 percentage points in 2014, and by 2.7% in 2013.

This year, the industry also has seen its weakest growth since 2008.

In a January report, the IMF predicted that the financial sector would contract by 5.5% this year.

The Financial Times noted that many Chinese banks are struggling to pay off their loans as they try to meet soaring borrowing costs.

The IMF also noted that the economy is now contracting at a rate of 1.5%.

According to the report, there are two main reasons for the slowdown in the financial industry.

First, the government has cut interest rates to record lows and has raised the minimum capital requirement from 5% to 10%.

Second, the banks are trying to ease lending restrictions by offering more loans and lower rates, which are seen as a step in the right direction.

The Financial Times said the government also lowered interest rates in July, which caused more borrowing to be undertaken by Chinese companies.

According to a recent IMF report, China has a “critical debt problem,” which it said is exacerbated by the country being unable to repay its debts.

In fact, China’s total debt is expected to exceed $2 trillion this year, according to the IMF.

The report also warned that China has had to introduce “unprecedented” regulatory measures, including the closure of many “shadow banking” firms and the tightening of capital controls.

China’s banking system is also facing an economic slowdown.

The economic growth in the past year has been sluggish and many economists predict that the country will see a slowdown this year as well.

The latest report also pointed out that China is facing the biggest banking crisis in its history, with more than 60% of banks in the country under pressure.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the financial system also has “frozen assets” of around $40 trillion, including $23 trillion in assets.

The report also noted the risk that the government could impose capital controls if the financial crisis worsens.