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  1. Jack Ma packaged and sold the loans to the banks similar to the sub-prime mortgage back in 2008, thanks to the regulators, we have avoided another round of GFC during pandemic

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  2. Regulators make right decision.

    ANT provide financial service like bank and then it should have compliance like normal Bank … everything related with financial services should be handle prudent.

    Kudos to china regulators by prevent financial crisis from the begining.

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  3. In face of China's effort to eradicate poverty, allowing a monopolistic loan shark to go IPO and build up its pyramid scheme with the national banking system, is a slap to the entire Chinese nation. Well done China, for seeing what's developing and understanding the impact, and put a stop to it. This is the "socialistic" aspect of China showing its nature.

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  4. For the benefit of everyone I believe the regulators did the right thing otherwise it might have sent shockwaves across the globe hence devastating the already battered global markets. There will then make the livelihood of more people in jeopardy. There will be more homeless people, starvation and so on.

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  5. The regulators are definitely right doing so, otherwise, it would be a huge risk for China's financial system. WE don't want the 2008 American financial crisis to happen again, which the whole world suffered.

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  6. Don't know go out business is year. Don't know be back to business. Why not try go back other plan. The plan was proven without China and governor Don't not working. But only the plan to got new ideas next time. Remember that go out business no reason. Not to do for long term got nothing

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  7. for decades, China is the best country in the world to protect small people actually, no one recognized it. From Mao to Deng, peasants, farmers, city immigrants are the backbone of China and had saved China time after time. Communism had done what Americans cannot do, eliminating poverty, building robust infrastructure, health system, social care, pensioner care, all for the lowest and poorest people in China. This is no surprise that among all nations the Chinese government received the highest praise from its people during the pandemic according to World Democracy Barometer.

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  8. I totally support The Chinese Government at this matter, they did the right thing and save the banks and people. Jack Ma did a good job to improve the internet sales, payment, etc in China, however he wants to build his financial empire by moving sub-prime lending into China but refuse the regulations, if this idea is successful, who will the winner? Who will be the loser? I used to work in the financial field, I can not deeply think……

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  9. The Chinese Government has taken a bold step by being an innovator and leading by example, themselves. They have done the right thing! Great to have innovation, however, it should be accompanied by a certain measure of regulation to make a win-win situation! The last thing, anyone wants, a repeat of the 2008 Financial crisis!

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  10. look many China cos like Muddy waters claimed are scams. having work there before i fully agree.
    many outsiders want to make quick bucks…..so who cares..

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