China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets mean more competition for local banks. Photo: Reuters China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets mean more competition for local banks. Photo: Reuters
China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets mean more competition for local banks. Photo: Reuters
China economy

Could US-China tensions hinder Beijing’s plans to integrate further with global financial markets?

  • China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets, including removing restrictions on foreign banks, will mean more pressure for the country’s big lenders, say economists
  • Stabilising the investment environment and attracting foreign capital have become more urgent as China seeks to offset external challenges, including tensions with the US

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China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets mean more competition for local banks. Photo: Reuters China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets mean more competition for local banks. Photo: Reuters
China’s efforts to liberalise its financial markets mean more competition for local banks. Photo: Reuters
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