TOKYO -- Excessive debt held by Chinese companies and households is highlighting a grave reality behind the country's economy.
In a sign that this debt is being regarded as a risk to the global economy, it became a topic of discussion at a meeting of G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors held in February. China even appears to be taking steps similar to Japan's moves in its own post-bubble era.
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