China’s successful transformation from a middle-income country to a modern, high-income country will depend largely on the reforms that the government undertakes over the next decade. But, because the most pressing reform – interest-rate liberalization – carries both risks and rewards, officials should be prudent in their approach.
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From a medium and long-term point of view, a race between reform and crisis will be inevitable, says Zhang Monan. China must perfect its central and local financial systems, and create a framework for the control of financial debt risks at the earliest date possible.
The recent publication of Visa’s International Financial Literacy Barometer has sparked interest in the United States’ mature financial sector and China’s still-developing financial markets. Noting the low ranking of China and Hong Kong, Michael Justin Lee explains that being financially literate will not only help Asia’s young finance sector boon, but will also improve the world’s future economic outlook.
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