Chinese Yuan (renminbi) Derivative Products: Derivatives by Peter G. Zhang

By Peter G. Zhang

With the CNY revaluation views, 1000's of billions folks money were invested in a number of different types of CNY-related spinoff items. As a derivatives expert with greater than ten years' event within the foreign monetary industry and with a operating adventure in China some time past few years, the writer deals a quantity on buying and selling and different functional problems with CNY-related by-product items within the offshore market.

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By Peter G. Zhang

With the CNY revaluation views, 1000's of billions folks money were invested in a number of different types of CNY-related spinoff items. As a derivatives expert with greater than ten years' event within the foreign monetary industry and with a operating adventure in China some time past few years, the writer deals a quantity on buying and selling and different functional problems with CNY-related by-product items within the offshore market.

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This phrase also included allowing new financial intermediaries to emerge. The third phase, from 1995 to 2003, contrasts with the previous one since an attempt at macroeconomic stabilization was this time accompanied by an acceleration in the pace of financial sector reforms. The reforms include the adoption of a new law for the central bank and for commercial banks stemming from the former specialized banks, and the transfer of policy lending from the specialized banks to new policy banks. This phase is also characterized by further stripping off of the insurance regulatory function from the PBOC through the establishment of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIBC).

After 15 years of efforts to apply for WTO membership since 1986, China was admitted officially into the WTO on November 11, 2001. China became the 143rd WTO member officially on December 11, 2001. The WTO has been changing the Chinese economy and many other aspects of life in China for over 2 years. By signing the Sino-US agreement on China’s membership in WTO in the November 1999 and its subsequent realization in December 2001, China’s WTO membership has boosted her economic growth and advanced her legal and governmental reforms.

There are many other important issues regarding the Chinese economy such as the development of the private sector, agricultural problems, real estate development and so on. These topics are beyond the scope of this book. qxd 08/09/04 4:20 PM Page 39 4 Banking System in China China is said to have a banking-led financial structure similar to that in Japan and Germany, where the proportion of loans to GDP is obviously higher than that in other countries. The proportion of loans to GDP is even higher in China than in both Japan and Germany.

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