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Banking in China

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 46. Chapters: Banking in Hong Kong, Banks of China, Chinese bankers, People's Bank of China, H. H. Kung, Chinese financial system, K. P. Chen, History of banking in China, Banking in the People's Republic of China, China UnionPay,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 46. Chapters: Banking in Hong Kong, Banks of China, Chinese bankers, People's Bank of China, H. H. Kung, Chinese financial system, K. P. Chen, History of banking in China, Banking in the People's Republic of China, China UnionPay, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Development Bank, Clearing House Automated Transfer System, Lim Peng Siang, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of Communications, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, Zhejiang Tailong Commercial Bank, HSBC Bank, China Banking Regulatory Commission, Industrial Bank Co., Exim Bank of China, Li Zhaohuan, Minsheng Banking Corp, China Merchants Bank, Afriland First Bank, Sili Bank, China Bohai Bank, China CITIC Bank, David Shou-Yeh Wong, Taizhou Commercial Bank, Fang Chengguo, Bank of Ningbo, Guangdong Development Bank, Jing Shuping, Jiang Jianqing, Citibank, Xiamen International Bank, Zhuang Xiaotian, Zhang Youyi, Imperial Bank of China, Xiao Gang, Hua Xia Bank, Bank of Beijing, Harbin Bank, Shenzhen Development Bank, Postal Savings Bank of China, H.J. Shen, Li Ruogu, Bank of Jilin, Exchange Bank Association, Hong Kong Association of Banks, China-based financial stocks in Hong Kong, Bank of Dalian, Shengjing Bank, County Bank, Four Northern Banks, Three Southern Banks, Shenzhen City Commercial Bank, Xiang Junbo, GITIC, Bank of Shanghai, Ping An Bank. Excerpt: China's financial system is highly regulated and has recently begun to expand rapidly as monetary policy becomes integral to its overall economic policy. As a result, banks are becoming more important to China's economy by providing increasingly more finance to enterprises for investment, seeking deposits from the public to mop up excess liquidity, and lending money to the government. As part of US$586 billion economic stimulus package of November 2008, the government plans to remove loan quotas and ceilings for all lenders, and increase bank credit for priority projects, including rural areas, small businesses, technology companies, iron and cement companies. For the past few decades, the People's Bank of China has exercised the functions and powers of a central bank, as well as handling industrial and commercial credits and savings business; it was neither the central bank in the true sense, nor a commercial entity conforming to the law of the market economy. But since reform and opening-up began in 1978, China has carried out a series of significant reforms in its banking system, and strengthened its opening to the outside world. Consequently, the finance industry has made steady development. At the end of 2004, the balance of domestic and foreign currency savings deposits stood at 25,318.8 billion yuan and the balance of home and foreign currency loans came to 18,856.6 billion yuan. Now China has basically formed a financial system under the regulation, control and supervision of the central bank, with its state banks as the mainstay, featuring the separation of policy-related finance and commercial finance, the cooperation of various financial institutions with mutually complementary functions. In 1984, the People's Bank of China stopped handling credit and savings business, and began formally to exercise central bank functions and powers by conducting macro-control and supervision over the nation's banking system. In 1994, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156683699

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