Chinese policy-makers face a significant challenge as they embrace market-based financial, economic and monetary reform – any transformation must not undermine Chinese growth or short-term financial stability.
This policy dilemma was put in stark relief when China faced large-scale capital outflows as domestic property and stock market prices plunged in 2016. The authorities reacted with domestic policy easing while simultaneously tightening capital controls. Earlier efforts to increase credit
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