The IFF China Report 2018

Insight and opinion from China’s top leaders, policymakers and financiers

Post-financial crisis – A decade on

The Global Financial Crisis sparked Group of 20 countries to introduce tough new regulations on financial institutions and instruments. Yet the architecture of the global monetary, economic and financial system has many flaws. What lessons can China learn from the episode? And how can China assist in the creation of a more robust global system in the years ahead?

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Own your crisis – Removing the bottleneck to reform

Shaukat Aziz, IFF co‑chairman, and former prime minister and finance minister of Pakistan, recommends that developing countries deal with financial assistance from the International Monetary Fund rationally, adhere to their own agendas and take their…

Shifting to globalisation 4.0

Each new wave of globalisation has been preceded by crisis and a belief that globalisation is foundering. The fourth wave, characterised by radical digital progress, is no different, writes Shao Yu, chief economist at Orient Securities

A world turned upside down

The shortcomings and exaggerations of the success of neoliberalism have been exposed, and the developing world’s students of globalisation have now become its teachers. As the West flounders, a confident China is now the beacon for liberalisation,…

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