The IFF China Report 2021

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

The release of the IFF China Report 2021 follows steps taken to contain the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic has highlighted the importance of trust and co-operation further still, as nations must work together to recover from the impact of a global health and financial crisis. The 2021 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 2021 report includes more than 30 contributions from some of the world’s leading sinologists, on such topics as the future of China–US relations, sustainable development, the Belt and Road Initiative, green finance, global capital markets and financial technology.

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IFF Dialogue – The future of China–US relations

IFF board member Rick Niu sat down in conversation with Craig Allen, president of the US–China Business Council, and Zhu Guangyao, former vice-minister of China’s Ministry of Finance, at the IFF Annual Conference in November 2020

The IFF China Report 2021: Green finance

Green finance has become the focus of numerous infrastructure projects over the past few years. As China has come under greater scrutiny about the scope of its projects, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has evolved to foster sustainability both in…

The IFF China Report 2021: Global capital markets

2020 was not a smooth year for capital markets. Following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, liquidity in most banking sectors became constrained, placing stress on corporates and institutions, which required funding to maintain operations. China’s…

The IFF China Report 2021: Fintech

Over the past half century, China has transformed into a major economic centre, with innovative forms of finance – including green bonds and fintech – at its heart. In this chapter, authors discuss successful case study projects and explain why it is…

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