21 July 2016
Shanghai, China

SWIFT Greater China Regional Conference 2016

Wrap-up Report for SWIFT Greater China Regional Conference 2016

It is widely believed in the market that the Chinese authorities will take some capital control measures to curb capital outflows, but this will not lead to a standstill in the RMB internationalisation process as China’s financial regulatory authorities believe that RMB internationalisation will help to promote the reform of the country’s financial industry.

Chi Lo, Senior Economist, Greater China, BNP Paribas Investment Partners

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Internationalisation of the RMB: Views from Different Perspectives

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