New Topical Reports on China Banking & Financial Markets Published by MarketPublishers.com

03 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster
New Topical Reports on China Banking & Financial Markets Published by MarketPublishers.com

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand China's Economy & Policy reports on development policies and prospects pertaining to Chinese banking & financial markets have been added to its catalogue.

Inherent Problems in China’s Monetary Policy. As China’s financial system developed, more and more attention was attracted to the effects of monetary policy. The public have hanged hopes in the instruments of monetary policy, believing that they will solve multiple problems. The study analyzes and thoroughly discusses China’s monetary policy and its specific characteristics …

Financial Policies for the “Going Global” Strategy in China. It is expected, that over the 12th Five-Year Program for China's Economic and Social Development (2011-2015), financial reform will be promoted and supportive financial policies for the “going global” strategy in China will attract more interest. The report discusses financial policies to be taken by the government for “going global” strategy in China …

An Analysis of Hot Money in China. As it has been acknowledged, hot money is most likely to negatively impact China’s economy and financial system. Therefore, dealing with this problem will be a focus of the policies related to further opening the financial markets by the Chinese government. The report provides in-depth analysis of the issue, outlining major policies for coping with the problem …

Excess Currency Issuance and Inflation in China. For some years the monetization ratio has been high in China, though price increases have been relatively mild. The fundamental cure for inflation depends on the size and speed of the transformation of the domestic resource market from the planned economy to the market economy. The report presents various lasting policies to curb inflation in China …

The Financial Regulatory System and Orientation Reforms in China. Today, various issues have emerged in China and domestic disputes have led to uncertainties about the orientation of the financial regulatory system reform. However, the changes in regulatory legislation, bodies, methods and policies are inevitable in years to come. The report discusses the present issues pertaining to China’s financial regulatory system, prospects for performing the reform …

More new publisher’s market research reports can be found at China's Economy & Policy page.

 

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