China Economics

China Economics Focus

10 October, 2016

A primer on China’s new monetary policy regime

The People’s Bank has taken a major step towards a more orthodox approach to monetary policy by adopting a de facto target for the interbank rate. Although this shift has taken place with little
fanfare, it has important implications for how monetary policy will be conducted in the future.

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