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Risks to the continuation of China's economic modernization include two traps: complacency and conflict, says this paper. These risks may become increasingly difficult to manage without enforcing governmental accountability. Read.
Chatham House experts comment on the Eurozone's financial crisis and the spillover effects on the global economy. Plus, events with Christine Lagarde, George Osborne, Jens Weidmann, and Wolfgang Schäuble. More.
Internationalizing the Renminbi
Offshore centres such as Hong Kong and offshore hubs such as London and Singapore are both essential to China's RMB strategy. They are the 'connecting dots' in the expanding RMB offshore market, says this new paper. Read.