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(Co-published)Supporting real economy with strategic imperatives
Date: Oct 24, 2017   |   Author: The Asian Banker | Editorial
China Construction Bank revealed its operating results for the first half of 2018 and announced three major strategic imperatives: Fintech, inclusive finance, and housing rental
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China opens a window to the future of finance
Date: Oct 08, 2016   |   Author: | Opinion
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Can the single resolution mechanism ensure Europe’s financial stability?
Date: Jan 14, 2016   |   Author: Angelito Bautista Jr. | News Analysis
The Single Resolution Mechanism becomes fully operational to bolster the resiliency of banks in the European Union. This is the second of three conditions for the establishment of a Banking Union, in which all 19 euro member states must join.
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“One Belt One Road” – China’s new growth strategy looks at westwards expansion
Date: Jan 07, 2016   |   Author: Sam Ahmed | Research Note
China’s “One Belt One Road” initiative is a brilliant strategic move but its delivery holds many risks
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Rmb devaluation: start of a freer currency regime 2
Date: Dec 28, 2014   |   Author: Madhulika Chowdhary | News Analysis
PBoC's decision to devalue the Rmb delivered a temporary shock to financial markets, but its longer-term effects may be felt around the globe.




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