Interest Rate Liberalization and Money Market Development: Proceedings of a Seminar Held in Beijing July/August 1995 - Selected Country Experiences
By: International Monetary Fund (author), Hassanali Mehran (volume_editor), etc. (volume_editor)Paperback
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The Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department (MAE) of IMF has been involved in the monetary, exchange and financial sector reforms in China since 1991. The staff advisory work on China initially focused on central banking and commercial banking legislation. The purpose of this seminar was to invite central bankers from different parts of the world to discuss with senior Chinese officials their experiences with aspects of central banking related to interest rate liberalization and money market development. The seminar was held in the context of new impetus given to economic reform in China, in which financial reforms are viewed as a key element for macroeconomic management in a market environment.
Interest rate deregulation and money market development in Korea; government credit facilities and interbank development in Italy; interest rate administration and liberalization and money market development in Thailand; financial liberalization in Turkey; development of the money market, interest rates, and financial reforms in Malaysia; toward a market-oriented interest rate policy in the transformation of China's economy; basic outline for the national interbank market in Renminbi.
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