Tuesday 30th August 2016 at 10:30–11:30
Cui Ying (Research Institute of the People's Bank of China): Recent developments of capital account liberalization in China and some characteristics of cross-border capital flows
China is on the way to a more liberalized capital account. In recent years, the liberalization measures were taken to steadily promote the capital account convertibility, including the establishment of Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect and Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock connect, Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) between the Mainland China and Hong Kong, a fully accessible domestic interbank bond and foreign-exchange market to foreign central banks and other similar institutions, as well as many pilot programmes in Free Trade Zones. Under this backdrop, along with the changing economic environment both at home and abroad, there are some new characteristics of China’s cross-border capital flows.
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