- Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) failure won't impact China's financial system, but is a lesson for the country's banking industry.
- The incident would have important implications for the development of China's small- and medium-sized lenders, and the stability of China's financial system.
- Shares of smaller Chinese lenders have underperformed big banks amid concerns over their ability to manage risks.
- China's financial industry needs to prioritize risk prevention and control.
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SVB failure offers lesson for China - state media
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) will not impact China's financial system but offers an important lesson for the country's banking industry.