Financial liberalisation still on for China, says Safe’s Pan

Recent capital control measures enacted by China have led to concerns that the authorities might be reversing past efforts to liberalise the country's financial markets. But the administrator of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (Safe), Pan Gongsheng, is adamant that more reforms are on the cards especially in regards to attracting more inflows.

  • By Rev Hui
  • 14 Feb 2017

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