IMF and China make joint call for stronger financial stability assessments


The People's Bank of China and International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday held a symposium to discuss global financial stability and the work of the Financial Sector Assessment Programme (FSAP).

Over the past two years, the IMF has conducted the first FSAP reviews of China and Indonesia, jointly with the World Bank. FSAP updates have also been completed for Bangladesh, Cambodia and the Philippines, and assessments are either under way or will soon be launched in India, Japan, Malaysia and

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