IMF working paper suggests financial sector reform key to rebalancing Chinese economy


Research published by the International Monetary Fund suggests the Chinese economy could be rebalanced away from exports if reforms of the financial sector are implemented.

The paper, written by Nan Geng and Papa N'Diaye, acknowledges that investment in China has been expanding beyond the traditional coastal areas, and moving inland in recent years, but asserts that for this process to continue, measures must be taken to rebalance growth.

The research concludes that the key variables that drive

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