Changes at the top in Chinese Banking
AbstractAt the end of October 2011, the heads of the three financial sector regulators were rotated. It is time to ask what are the rules behind the scenes for the process of “revolving doors” in China, how far the Party interference reaches and what the future holds for the Chinese financial sector.
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Date of creation: 25 Jan 2012
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bank; china; regulatory agencies; personnel;
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