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Hi all.

There's an article on CNN website today, which entitles
"China bank lending: A bubble in the making?"

In the first part of the title, LENDING works as a noun, right?

So,
1. Should I consider CHINA as an adjective?
And, why is it CHINA, instead of CHINESE?
2. Should I consider BANK as an adjective, too?

(Besides answering my questions, if you could correct my writing, I'd also appreciate it a lot.)
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Cristal13There's an article on CNN's website today, which entitles is entitled
"China bank lending: A bubble in the making?"

In the first part of the title, LENDING works as a noun, right? Yes.

So,
1. Should I consider CHINA as an adjective? Yes.
And, why is it CHINA, instead of CHINESE? Journalistic style.

2. Should I consider BANK as an adjective, too? Yes.

(Besides answering my questions, if you could correct my writing, I'd also appreciate it a lot.) (Done.)

CJ
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askshameerAnother possibility: China bank could be the name of the bank itself...

No. Bank would be capitalized in that case.

CB
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CJ, Thanks a lot!

I had a quick surf on the web, trying to get a better notion about journalistic writing style to answer my own question, but couldn't find any answer... can anyone give me a hint?

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Please correct my writing as well if possible!
Cristal13I had a quick surf on the web, trying to get a better notion about journalistic writing style to answer my own question, but couldn't find any answer... can anyone give me a hint?
Your original question was about the title of a story, that is a headline. Don't let headlines confuse you. Headlines have their own "grammar" and style that is quite different from the grammar used in the body of the story. In fact, at least in U. S. news originations, the headline is almost always written by a different person than the one who writes the story itself.
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Another possibility: China bank could be the name of the bank itself...
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