The IFF China Report 2020

Insight and perspectives from the world’s leaders, premier policy-makers and financiers

The release of the IFF China Report 2020 follows the first steps towards a US–China trade deal, promoting an atmosphere for greater trust. The outbreak of coronavirus has highlighted the importance of trust and co-operation further still, as nations must work together to weather the impact of both global health and financial crisis.

The 2020 report provides insight into the most important Chinese policy initiatives and places them in the context of their impact on the global economic, financial and monetary systems. The report includes more than 30 contributions from some of the world’s leading sinologists on such topics as green finance, redesigning the international monetary system, the Belt and Road Initiative, financial technology, and China’s capital markets.

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The IFF China Report 2020: Financial stability

When US President Donald Trump introduced tariffs on Chinese exports in 2018 it upset the world order and dampened economic growth. China responded in force, asking its firms to find alternative sellers for US exports. As a result, it has bought…

The IFF China Report 2020: China’s opening-up

Extending from east to west, China’s Belt and Road Initiative now encompasses as much as 65% of the world’s countries and a significant portion of global GDP. When first announced, investment was primarily targeted at transport infrastructure – but this…

The IFF China Report 2020: The Belt and Road Initiative

Over the past six years, China has invested more than $500 billion in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) – of which there are now in excess of 150 participating counties and organisations. Leading Chinese and international policy-makers explain how BRI…

The IFF China Report 2020: Green finance and fintech

Green finance has been steadily growing over the past few years. As China has come under greater scrutiny about the scope of its projects, the Belt and Road Initiative has evolved to foster sustainability both in terms of debt servicing and…

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