In Hong Kong, World Bankers Urged Not to ‘Bet Against’ China
By Zen Soo
Chinese officials attempted to convince the world’s financiers that the country’s economy remains strong – and those saying otherwise “don’t really understand China.”
Are China’s Shadow Banking Regulations Contradicting Its Push for Common Prosperity?
By Ben Phillips
The sector emerged for a reason: small- and medium-sized enterprises desperately need alternative sources of funding.
China’s CIPS: A Potential Alternative in Global Financial Order
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Emily Jin.
Clean at Home and Polluting Abroad: The Trouble With China’s Energy Finance
By Mathias Lund Larsen and Lars Oehler
Renewables make up 3/4 of Chinese energy investments at home, but only 1/4 abroad. One reason is the Chinese financial system’s preference for SOEs, which these days are looking for markets to unload excess capacity.
China’s Financial Standardization Plan Does Not Reduce Funding Barriers
By Sara Hsu
While the plan is useful in continuing to regulate China’s growing financial landscape, it does nothing to alter China’s trajectory of channeling funds to the state sector.
China’s Great Wall of Finance Shows First Signs of a Crack – in Hong Kong
By Project 2047
Any U.S. financial sanctions on Hong Kong will break the financial lifeline for China.
Amid US-China Trade War, Beijing Worries About Its Financial Sector
By Charlotte Gao
Chinese financial authorities insist China is capable of “winning big battles” and “tackling external risks.”
China's Credit Crunch
By Andrew McCormick
A crackdown on micro-lending, aimed at protecting consumers, is leaving China's lower class with little access to credit.
On the Brink? China's Solar Industry Debt Drama
Suntech, Chaori and LDK Solar— are all struggling to meet their debt obligations. Is a default coming?