China Can’t Finance ‘Belt and Road’ Alone

The One Belt One Road Initiative holds great promise for the global economy, but it needs a huge amount of financing. Initial presumptions that China would be able to provide all of the financing are now unrealistic. Other partners should consider ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Deleveraging Puts the Yuan Closer to a Free Float

China's financial markets are fascinating to watch these days. Efforts by officials to decrease the nation’s enormous debt pile without destabilizing domestic markets are having profound consequences, most visibly in the bond market, where the yields on ... ( read original story ...)

China’s anti-graft body probes senior CBRC official

CHINA is investigating a senior banking regulator, the anti-corruption watchdog said yesterday, as the government steps up a crackdown on the financial sector. Yang Jiacai, assistant chairman of the China Banking Regulatory Commission, is “suspected of a ... ( read original story ...)

China offers a lesson on financing infrastructure

So China uses the monetary power of its state to fund infrastructure at no cost to the taxpayer. Could Canada do the same? Thanks to CIB, we could develop a variation that would help modernize our aging infrastructure and vastly reduce the financial ... ( read original story ...)

How fintech disrupts supply chain finance in China

As technology heralds the future of the finance industry, transaction banks are facing increasing competition from non-traditional providers, such as fintech companies. Supply chain finance has become a battlefield in China amid recovering global trade. ( read original story ...)

China to Open More Sectors to Foreign Investors

China will further open its economy to foreign investors, through measures such as allowing investment in more industries, such as services, state television said on Tuesday, citing a reform group meeting chaired by President Xi Jinping. China will also ... ( read original story ...)