China's spectacular economic growth has made it the focus of international attention. Financial Reform in China argues that Chinese financial reform has failed to keep pace with its continuing economic growth.
With increased marketization and internationalization, China's financial and monetary system should play a pivotal role in economic reform and development. However China's banking and financial organizations still operate under a highly regulated environment shaped by the centrally planned economic system, and this slow financial reform has failed to meet the demands of more general economic reform.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 1 MONETARY MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL REFORM, Kit TamOn; Chapter 2 2 POLICY CHOICES OF THE CENTRAL BANK, JiawaOu; Chapter 3 3 CHINA'S ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL REFORM, JinglianWu; Chapter 4 4 ANALYSIS OF CHINAS INTER-BANK MONEY MARKET, BinXia; Chapter 5 5 CHINA'S FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, XiaolingWu; Chapter 6 6 ISSUES IN THE REFORM OF CHINA'S RURAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, YanxinHuang; Chapter 7 7 CHINA'S FOREIGN EXCHANGE SYSTEM, Xiao HangGao, Kit TamOnAPPENDIX: REFORMS AND EVENTS IN THE FOREIGN TRADE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE SYSTEM SINCE 1979;
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