The IFF China Report 2016
Insight and opinion from China’s top leaders, policy-makers and financiers
This 88-page report, drafted by the International Finance Forum and published in association with Central Banking, collates views and perspectives on China's development from the country’s top leaders, policy-makers and financial experts.
It provides readers with a unique insight into the inner workings of China's economic development and financial reform. Contributions include those from China’s ministers for finance and for commerce, the governor and two deputy governors of the People’s Bank of China, and the chairmen of the China Banking Regulatory Commission, China Development Bank and ICBC – plus more than 20 other top officials.
Insights from China's top leaders on the inner workings of the Chinese economy
Chinese structural reforms will help global growth in the years ahead
China’s minister of commerce reveals four opportunities from the Chinese market's development
Chinese finance minister Lou Jiwei reflects on removing roadblocks to ensure stable growth
NPC Financial and Economic Affairs Committee vice-chair discusses China’s economic transformation
What lies in store for the China economy during the coming year?
Justin Lin analyses China efforts to transform itself into a high-income country by 2020
Ma Weihua explains why the time is ripe for innovation
Former Japan PM welcomes China’s shift towards sustained growth through structural reforms