China to maintain stable liquidity as reform moves forward

BEIJING China will maintain a monetary policy that is "neither too tight or too loose", ensuring basically stable liquidity, a senior central banker told a financial conference in Beijing on Saturday. Chen Yulu, deputy governor at the People's Bank of ... ( read original story ...)

China seeks neutral monetary policy: PBOC official

and enterprises in the real economy should not stray blindly into financial businesses, Chen pointed out. China has been improving the Macro Prudential Assessment (MPA) mechanism to guard against systemic financial risks since 2009 and has become one of ... ( read original story ...)

Research on Financial Inclusion and Poverty Reduction in China

[Editor’s Note: This is a post from Sherry Zhang who is the latest member of the Lend Academy and LendIt teams. Sherry is based and China and previously covered the Chinese fintech market. She is helping us craft our LangDi Fintech agenda but you will ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services opens

finance and telecommunications. Meanwhile, various products like the intelligent security lock, VR glasses, smart cameras, which embody the scientific and technological innovation of Beijing, make their debut at the fair. At the booth hosted by ... ( read original story ...)