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Is China Serious About Its New State-Owned Enterprise Reforms?
September 14, 2015
Is China Serious About Its New State-Owned Enterprise Reforms?
China's State Council has issued new guidelines for state-owned enterprises, but will they matter?
Is China Serious About Its New State-Owned Enterprise Reforms?
RMB Internationalization and US Economic Leadership: Reforms and Rebalance
July 14, 2015
RMB Internationalization and US Economic Leadership: Reforms and Rebalance
Insights from Edmund Moy
RMB Internationalization and US Economic Leadership: Reforms and Rebalance
Why China Decided to Abolish Its State Salt Monopoly
November 12, 2014
Why China Decided to Abolish Its State Salt Monopoly
Given its record, it is no surprise that China Salt has been targeted for reform.
Why China Decided to Abolish Its State Salt Monopoly
China Needs to Tread Carefully on Reforms
February 06, 2014
China Needs to Tread Carefully on Reforms
Beijing was correct not to allow Credit Equals Gold No. 1 to default.
China Needs to Tread Carefully on Reforms
Why China Wants to ‘Strike the Mountain’ and ‘Kill the Chicken’
January 09, 2014
Why China Wants to ‘Strike the Mountain’ and ‘Kill the Chicken’
Understanding two critical strategies for Beijing, one internal and one external.
Why China Wants to ‘Strike the Mountain’ and ‘Kill the Chicken’
China’s Money Market Jitters
June 19, 2013
China’s Money Market Jitters
With liquidity tight, markets are nervous and pressure on authorities is mounting.
China’s Money Market Jitters
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