2009-10 China Medium Business Annual Market Overview - MBs Cautiously Optimistic on Economy Recovery, but Outlook Remains Conservative
- Published: April 2010
After the financial crisis, there is a general consensus that the financial regulatory system lags far behind the various levels of financial development, and that this was a key factor leading to the emergence and spread of the problem. In view of this, many countries have proposed their own financial regulatory reform programs, with the goal of strengthening macroprudential regulation being one of their core objectives. Although the financial crisis has had a limited impact in China, the country continues to emphasize the importance of macroprudential regulation as a part of the process for improving the financial regulatory system. An analysis of this issue is provided in this article.
I. The Significance of Macroprudential Regulation in China
II. Development of Macroprudential Regulation in China
III. Building a Macroprudential Regulation System
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