on the People's Republic of China:
July 27, 2016
July 22, 2015
July 25, 2014
July 12, 2013
July 20, 2012
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (April 2017)
Please refer to more recent Press Release/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.
People's Republic of China: Financial Position in the Fund
Transactions with the Fund
People's Bank of China
Resident Representative Office in the People's Republic of China
People's Republic of China -- Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China
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New Issues in Monetary Policy; July 2014 (Also Available in Chinese Version)
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|May 09, 2017 -- Asia's Dynamic Economies Continue to Lead Global Growth|
|April 27, 2017 -- Getting China’s ‘Trusted Sons’ Back into Shape|
|October 06, 2016 -- Asia Still Growth Champion, But Must Watch Its Step |
|October 05, 2016 -- Low Growth, Interest Rates Impact Financial Stability|
|October 04, 2016 -- IMF Sees Subdued Global Growth, Warns Economic Stagnation Could Fuel Protectionist Calls|
|September 30, 2016 -- IMF Adds Chinese Renminbi to Special Drawing Rights Basket|
|September 27, 2016 -- Spillovers from Migration and China's Transition|
|September 26, 2016 -- IMF Responds to Worldwide Demand for Capacity Development|
|August 11, 2016 -- Proactive Reforms Critical to China’s Medium-Term Growth Prospects|
|July 19, 2016 -- IMF Cuts Global Growth Forecasts on Brexit, Warns of Risks to Outlook|
|December 03, 2015 -- Podcast : Investment Renaissance; Chinese Entrepreneurs in Africa|
Africa’s strong growth in recent years has helped improve its institutions and policies, spurring more foreign direct investment from countries like China. In this podcast, David Dollar, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, says while China is important to the increasing foreign investment in Africa, its role is far from dominant. Dollar is coauthor of “Investment Renaissance”, published in the December 2015 issue of Finance and Development magazine.
|September 18, 2014 -- Podcast : Indian and Chinese Exceptionalism?|
As the Chinese president, Xi Jinping continues his state visit to India, a leading Indian economist assesses the rapid development of these two giant economies, and suggests that the world’s most populous countries may be forging a quite exceptional development path.
|August 07, 2014 -- Podcast : Avoiding a Hard Landing in China|
Chinese economic growth has been slowing in recent years. If the world’s second largest economy is to achieve sustainable, long-term growth, it needs reforms to shadow banking, local government finances and the real estate sector, say IMF economists.
|July 02, 2014 -- Podcast : David Dollar on The Sino Shift|
After years of double digit expansion, China’s economic growth is slowing. The world’s second largest economy expanded off the back of manufacturing, investment and exports. But, China is now looking inwards for its future growth.
|June 26, 2014 -- Podcast : The Rise and Rise of Shadow Banking in China|
Shadow banking is a system of uninsured investments from non-bank institutions. It can yield very high returns, but investments come with the risk of total bust. Despite the potential for enormous losses, shadow banking will continue to be a part of China's economic landscape, says one Sino expert.
|October 23, 2010 -- IMF Survey: G-20 Ministers Agree ‘Historic’ Reforms in IMF Governance|
Ministers of the Group of Twenty industrialized and emerging market economies agree on proposed reforms that will shift country representation at the IMF toward large, dynamic emerging market and developing countries. European members of the IMF’s Executive Board will make room for more emerging market representation.