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China Resident Representative Site

Resident Representative Office in People's Republic of China

This web page presents information about the work of the IMF in China, including the activities of the IMF Resident Representative Office. Additional information can be found on the China and IMF country page, including IMF reports and Executive Board documents that deal with China.

News — Highlights


The Bellwether Series 2013: China

Keynote interview with Murtaza Syed by The Economist, December 6th 2013 click for more

Asia should maintain resilience (Caixin)

Commentary by Anoop Singh click for more

IMF: Little impact of US Fed's QE stop on China (CCTV)

Interview with Alfred Schipke click for more

China embarks on reforms to secure inclusive growth

Interview with Xinhua News Agency click for more

China's Road to Greater Financial Stability: Some Policy Perspectives

Book published by IMF eLibrary; Author(s):Udaibir Das, Jonathan Fiechter, Tao Sun; Published Date: July 2013 click for more

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China and the IMF

Transcript of a Press Briefing on the Asia Pacific Regional Outlook

April 12, 2014

Trade Integration and Business Cycle Synchronization: A Reappraisal with Focus on Asia

April 3, 2014
Author/Editor: Romain A Duval ; Kevin C. Cheng ; Kum Hwa Oh ; Richa Saraf ; Dulani Seneviratne
Series: Working Paper No. 14/52
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Press Release: IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde Concludes Visit to China and Meets with Premier Li Keqiang

March 24, 2014

Opening Remarks at the China Development Forum

March 23, 2014

China's Next Transformation: the Key Steps Forward, By Christine Lagarde Managing Director, International Monetary

March 23, 2014

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Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific

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Asia has not been spared by the recent re-pricing of financial assets in emerging markets, encountering a wave of capital outflows in the past few months. The overall impact has, so far, been manageable although some countries have been subject to greater stress. Tighter global liquidity— and homegrown structural impediments in some countries—will weigh on growth, but for most economies the impact should be partly offset by a gradual pickup in exports to advanced economies and resilient domestic demand. If, however, conditions tighten further we are likely to see even greater differentiation across the region. Those with strong fundamentals and policy credibility will be able to offset imported tightening through lower policy rates and fiscal support. Others that have delayed reforms, left fiscal vulnerabilities untackled, or tolerated too-high inflation may be forced to respond with a procyclical policy tightening. Announcing credible medium-term reforms would rebuild confidence and ease policy trade-offs. Click for more

Resident Representative Office in People's Republic of China

Alfred Schipke, Senior Resident Representative

Room 1806, East Tower, Twin Towers
No. B12, Jianguomenwai Avenue
Beijing 100004, P.R. China
Off. email: RR-CHN@IMF.ORG
Telephone: 86 10 6505 1155
Fax: 86 10 6505 8580