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CHINA PRESS: Chinese commercial banks, particularly the big ones, are increasing
their capital as they are increasingly facing liquidity pressures, China
Securities Journal reported Friday. 
  - Within a week, Tier-2 capital bonds issued by commercial banks exceeded
CNY90 billion, the newspaper said; 
  - The increase in capital bonds is due to the government's stricter regulation
requiring banks to move off-balance-sheet businesses back to the balance sheet,
while China's recent easing policies are also pressuring banks to increase
lending, the report said, citing the analysis of Everbright Securities; 
  - Supply of banks' capital bonds are expected to increase within this year,
the report said, citing analysts.

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