China corporate governance

Central Banks are using all tools available

Using all available instruments: does this ring a bell?

J. L. Martínez Campuzano (Spanish Banking Association) | Perhaps one of the most important conclusions of the G20 meeting held in China was the need for monetary and fiscal instruments to fuel demand. But also for reforms to adjust supply and increase growth potential. There is no doubt that every instrument of economic policy is needed in the fight against weak growth and low inflation.

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A Gentle Nudge for Better Corporate Governance

Caixin | Last month, the G-20 summit held in Turkey endorsed the G-20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance. As a G-20 country, China is on board with the standards, too. That means Chinese companies, especially state-owned enterprises, must adhere to the principles.