For some people, a moral hazard is going to Geylang at 1.30 in the morning to eat frog porridge.

But in this case, moral hazard is about taking risks because you believe you are protected from the consequences of failure.

China is supposed to be replete with moral hazard which ensures that the omnipotent State will bail out China’s Evergrande property group.

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