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The Renminbi's Changing Status and The Chinese and Hong Kong Financial Systems

ISBN13: 9789626614525
Published: March 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong
Country of Publication: Hong Kong
Format: Paperback
Price: Price on Application

The Renminbi’s Changing Status and the Chinese and Hong Kong Financial Systems is based on a collection of papers presented at the conference “The Renminbi’s Changing Status and the Chinese and Hong Kong Financial System(s)” in August 2011. The book explores how China’s gradual capital account liberalization and the growing role of Hong Kong as a leading offshore centre for RMB will affect the international monetary system, the balance of international trade, the shape of the world’s banking system and securities markets, and the future monetary system of Hong Kong. This collection of papers is an essential resource for anyone seeking to understand the actual and potential ramifications of current Chinese monetary policy.M

This collection includes papers presented at the inaugural conference of the Law Faculty of the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development (CFRED), held 11–13 August 2011.

Contributors are academics, a consultant, a development bank official and a barrister who are well versed and familiar with the money markets in Hong Kong and China:

  • Chapters and papers are the collected expert views of authors from around the world, each working in different disciplines, addressing the main and critical aspects of the Renminbi’s changing status
Includes discussions on various issues arising from the changing status of the Chinese currency and its effects on:
  • International trade
  • Banking
  • Securities market
  • Hong Kong’s monetary system

  • Subjects:
    Other Jurisdictions , Hong Kong
    Part One: International Trade
    Chapter 1: Possible US Responses to China’s Currency Policies: Evaluating the Options
    Chapter 2: Is It a Good Idea to Challenge China’s Currency Issue in the WTO?
    Chapter 3: China’s Currency and IMF Issues
    Chapter 4: East Asian Supply Chains and Relative Prices: A Survey of the Evidence

    Part Two: The Regulation of Banking and the Securities Markets
    Chapter 5: Possible Problems on FDI and ODI Regulation Arising from the Liberalization of Capital Account in China and Their Implications
    Chapter 6: Taiwan’s Securities Markets in the Shadow of Foreign Exchange Policies: Lessons from the Bubble in the 1990s

    Part Three: Should Hong Kong Adopt the Renminbi as Legal Currency?
    Chapter 7: The Introduction of the Euro: Reasons and Effects
    Chapter 8: Why Hong Kong can Adopt the Renminbi as Legal Tender;