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CHINA PRESS: Chinese banks are under pressure to raise funds to increase their
Core Capital Adequacy Ratio so that they meet assessment requirements, China
Securities Journal reported Wednesday. 
  - Banks are turning to the stock market and issuing convertible bonds for
  - Under strict financial regulations, Chinese banks' off-balance-sheet
businesses are now required to be on-budget. Banks' negotiable certificates of
deposit businesses are also reduced, causing pressure on banks' balance sheet:
  - However, this financial pressure is still manageable. The journal notes that
financial regulators issued a document to encourage commercial banks to
diversify financing methods to reduce such pressure. 

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