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  • Xi: Give markets bigger role in RMB exchange rate

    China will allow the markets to have a greater influence on the renminbi’s exchange rate, Xi Jinping, president of China, said in the opening speech of the 19th Communist Party Congress on October 18.

    • 10:45 AM

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  • Vietnam should learn from Vincom’s speedy listing

    Vincom Retail is treading new ground in Vietnam’s snail-place listing market, aiming to list its shares just two weeks after the IPO. But those hoping this will be the dawn of a new age may be disappointed. The big deals to come are a slew of privatisations — and Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises are notoriously tardy.

    • 17 Oct 2017
  • Time to let the barbarians through the gate

    Xi Jinping's first term has seen a series of concrete steps taken towards opening up the country's capital markets. With the five-yearly Party Congress starting this week, it is now time for China's leadership to take the leap from granting access to giving global investors real influence on the market.

    • 17 Oct 2017
  • Don’t be surprised by renminbi weakness

    China watchers have struggled to come to terms with the renminbi’s weakness during most of September. But while China’s leaders can sometimes be hard to analyse, the monetary authorities have been pretty clear about their currency policy — and they mean it.

    • 16 Oct 2017

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