Some Chinese economists say that, under the current strained bilateral relations between China and the US, Beijing should strive to build “a super-large financial market” to help prevent financial decoupling. Photo: ReutersSome Chinese economists say that, under the current strained bilateral relations between China and the US, Beijing should strive to build “a super-large financial market” to help prevent financial decoupling. Photo: Reuters
Some Chinese economists say that, under the current strained bilateral relations between China and the US, Beijing should strive to build “a super-large financial market” to help prevent financial decoupling. Photo: Reuters

China must reform financial markets to ward off US financial sanctions, think tank urges

  • China Finance 40 Forum group of senior Chinese regulatory officials and financial experts call for more cooperation with United States to avoid escalation of bilateral conflict
  • Bigger, more open financial markets would attract foreign investors, blunting US efforts to sanction China financially, group says

Topic |   China economy
Some Chinese economists say that, under the current strained bilateral relations between China and the US, Beijing should strive to build “a super-large financial market” to help prevent financial decoupling. Photo: ReutersSome Chinese economists say that, under the current strained bilateral relations between China and the US, Beijing should strive to build “a super-large financial market” to help prevent financial decoupling. Photo: Reuters
Some Chinese economists say that, under the current strained bilateral relations between China and the US, Beijing should strive to build “a super-large financial market” to help prevent financial decoupling. Photo: Reuters
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