China lending rate reform paves path for more banking competition


China lending rate reform paves path for more banking competition

China’s decision to remove the floor on bank lending rates is meaningful because it paves the way for further interest rate reforms that in time could increase competition in the banking sector, usher in more flexible exchange rates and open the capital account.

Economic Analysis

15 August 2013

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