China’s Interventionist Approach to Managing Financial Risks
By Nicholas Borst
While Beijing has studied the mistakes of past financial cleanups, its current approach risks making new ones.
What’s Behind China’s Ban on NFTs?
By Sara Hsu
Chinese authorities have made it clear that they do not welcome financial elements of the new economy, including NFTs.
Nickel Short Saga Raises Questions About China’s Interference in International Markets
By Dennis Kwok and Sam Goodman
Beijing’s bailout of a “big shot” metals billionaire is a warning about the growing influence of authoritarian regimes in the financial services industry.
China’s Crackdown on Private Equity Funds
By Sara Hsu
The private equity fund industry posed serious enough financial risks that additional oversight was necessary.
Why China Is Not on Track For Financial Superpower Status
By Sandra Heep
The Chinese Communist Party’s prioritizing of political control over economic efficiency stands in the way of China’s rise in global finance.
IMF Warns China of 3 Financial Stability Risks
By Charlotte Gao
China’s central bank accepts IMF’s “overall” valuable recommendations and vows to improve the weaknesses.
Robert Mann on What to Expect From China's Economy
By Anthony Fensom
An interview with Robert Mann, Senior Portfolio Manager at Nikko Asset Management.
China and Global Financial Governance
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Alicia Garcia-Herrero.