Opinion: China right to remain muted on renminbi changes

Chinese President Hu Jintao visited Hong Kong last week, sparking hopes among offshore renminbi market participants that they would hear a raft of specific measures that could help the market grow. They were left disappointed, but that may be for the best. So far the pace of reform has been dangerously fast. A little pause for breath would be no bad thing lest investors and issuers start to suffer from growing pains.

  • 05 Jul 2012
Hu Jintao, the President of the People’s Republic of China, was in Hong Kong last week. He was celebrating the 15 year anniversary of Chinese control of the special administrative region, as well swearing in Hong Kong’s new chief executive, CY Leung. But bankers and investors in the ...

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