Breakingviews – Chinese peer lending protests set political trap

Chinese peer-to-peer protests are setting a political trap for regulators. Beijing police on Monday stopped irate investors from converging on the head office of China’s banking regulator to demand compensation for losses from collapsed P2P lenders. Officials are partly responsible for the mess, yet a rescue would reinforce moral hazard.

Pete Sweeney | Reuters

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