The People's Bank of China, China's central bank, raised interest rates for interbank lending by almost two-thirds of a percentage point and introduced a new requirement for weak banks to increase the size of their reserves. Analysts said the moves were aimed at slowing lending in China, which has led to a recent sharp increase in the country's money supply.
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