BEIJING (Reuters) - China will press on with its structural deleveraging as financial risks exposed earlier have been dealt with in an orderly way, central bank governor Yi Gang said in remarks published on Wednesday.
An incentive scheme will be established to encourage banks to support the real economy and boost lending for small firms, Yi said. China's financial risks are generally under control while its macro-leverage ratio is basically steady, he added.
(Reporting by China Monitoring Desk; Editing by Simon Cameron-Moore)
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