Jumping at shadows, China tiptoes towards deregulation

As shadow banking looms large over the economy, Beijing has sought to improve allocations of capital by deregulating lending rates - but not deposit rates.

China’s decision to abolish its floor on lending rates isn’t regarded as a revolutionary piece of financial reform. It may, however, be the first of a continuing series of steps towards a wider deregulation of financial institutions and markets.


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