China’s weaker LGFVs face default risks as property crisis hurts local authorities’ revenues, analysts warn

China’s weaker local government financing vehicles (LGFVs) are facing higher risks of default and missed payments amid rising financing costs, a wave of maturities and a property crisis that is taking a toll on local authorities’ balance sheets, according to analysts.

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