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China will likely quicken the pace of financial market liberalization, but it remains cautious.
June 14 2019 (7:13mins)
Lillian Li
In this episode of Moody’s Talks, Managing Director Michael Taylor and Vice President Lillian Li, both of the Credit Strategy & Research team, discuss China’s gradual efforts to open its financial system to greater competition. While we expect the pace of financial market liberalization to quicken, these efforts will likely remain subject to the government's other policy goals of growth and stability. ​
China’s financial liberalization balances innovation and growth against stability and control
China will maintain its gradual and cautious approach to financial liberalization. However, the pace will gradually accelerate as the cost of restrictions on more strategically important sectors becomes increasingly apparent.