China remains “committed” to globalisation, says Zhou Xiaochuan

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Zhou Xiaochuan
International Finance Forum

The Chinese authorities remain “committed” to globalisation despite mounting trade tensions and the rise of populist movements in some countries, according to Zhou Xiaochuan, former governor of the People’s Bank of China.

“China is committed to promoting globalisation under the principle of multilateralism,” Zhou told delegates attending the International Finance Forum (IFF) in Guangzhou. “We want to explore new areas to progressively establish new consensus and new rules.”

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