China has accumulated debts US$25 trillion and because of the relative high interest rates, that level of debt is unsustainable, argues financial analyst Victor Shih at the USC U.S.-China Institute. And when China gets into trouble, there is no IMF-style institution with enough capital to save it. A crashing stock market also does not help.Read More →

Step by step, China takes its currency global. The latest move, the launch of the China International Payment System (CIPS) this fall, marks another step forward, writes financial analyst Sara Hsu in the Diplomat.
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China´s much needed anti-corruption drive has now put the country into a lock-down mode, and new projects have halted, tells business analyst Shaun Rein at CNBC. The cut in the reserve ratio ratio (RRR) this weekend is one way for a kickstart, although nobody know what will really work.Read More →

China´s central government is pushing offshore RMB bonds as a tool to support Chinese firms to go abroad. Financial analyst Sara Hsu looks at the current state of offshore RMB bonds, and expects a massive expansion, she writes in the Diplomat.Read More →

China´s financial authorities have been balancing to keep up with capital flows, massively outward in January. But to bolster services and consumer demand more structural reforms are needed, writes financial analyst Sara Hsu in the Diplomat.Read More →

Just like in November 2014, China´s central bank is expected to easy its monetary policies also in 2015 to push economic growth, writes financial analyst Sara Hsu in the Diplomat. More liquidity is needed in the market.Read More →

The rate cut by China´s central bank PBOC took the markets by surprise on Friday. Business analyst Shaun Rein sees at CNBC some weaknesses in the countries economy, but no reason for panic. China is moving towards services and innovation, and that transition comes with some bumbs.Read More →

Last year China promised it would not bail out its unruly financial sector. It still did. It promised swiping financial reforms. They did not materialize. Financial analyst Sara Hsu discusses the current state of China´s finance and what the government should do. Asking questions are Chao Pan and Fons Tuinstra.Read More →