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Discussing China's Financial Future
The ongoing global financial crisis has plunged the whole world into a deep and continuing recession. As its economy has been stable throughout the crisis, China is in a prime position to learn from the mistakes
Setting Financial Tones

At the fourth National Financial Work Conference on January 6-7, Premier Wen Jiabao notes that the country should direct its capital into the real economy, clamp down on rampant speculation and avoid reckless expansion in the virtual economy

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Preventing Financial Risks
The Chinese economy faces three major risks: burst of real estate bubbles, risks of local government financing platforms and split of capital chains for private lending
High Hopes on New Regulators
The new heads of China's financial regulatory bodies face obstacles as they try to maintain financial stability and deepen reform
Nod of Approval for Black Lending
Private lending, once obscure and operated underground, gets an unofficial go-ahead from the Central Government
- Bond Boom
Pilot program gives local authorities options in fundraising
- Calming Local Debt Fears
Worries over large debts unnecessary
- Becoming an International Currency
China plans to allow cross-border yuan direct investments to expand the currency's global presence
- Taming Wild Banking Risks
Banking regulator keeps a watchful eye on Chinese banks to fend off threats as their credit ratings come into question
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