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Research Note
Banks reach turning point; face potential asset quality deterioration
Date: Feb 28, 2014   |   Author: Research
Asian markets that have been buoyed by easy liquidity over the past few years have now to re-orientate to a world where the “music” of cheap money has virtually stopped.
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Proceedings Report
Rmb internationalisation must be accompanied by deeper reforms within China’s financial system
Date: Nov 18, 2013   |   Author: Research
Proceedings report from the RenminbiWorld Conference 2013, on the status of foreign currency swaps and the creation of international renminbi liquidity.
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Interviews
“We are much more independent and autonomous than most central banks”
Date: Oct 07, 2013   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping
Set Aung, deputy governor at Central Bank of Myanmar, discusses the central bank’s bid to rapidly advance the local banking industry and capital market.
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News Analysis
Myanmar seeks to boost investor confidence through independent central bank launch
Date: Jun 12, 2013   |   Author: Magessan Raj
As part of reforms, Central Bank of Myanmar will shift its policy focus to adjusting underlying demand for and supply of bank reserves via open market operations and deposit auctions.
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Opinion
China must foster inter-region trust and confidence to further Rmb growth
Date: Apr 26, 2013   |   Author: Donghyun Park
With China’s growing importance as a trading partner in Asia, its ambitions for a bigger role for the Rmb in the international stage may soon be realised.
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Opinion
Substantial vulnerabilities and downside risks persist in the global economy
Date: Feb 06, 2013   |   Author: Agustin Carstens
Agustin Carstens, governor of Banco de Mexico, feels that the international financial community, as a whole, must enhance its capability to better respond to future crises.
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News Analysis
Territorial rift compels Chinese banks to abandon meetings in Japan
Date: Oct 04, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
The ongoing Senkaku/Diaoyu islands dispute between China and Japan has resulted in major Chinese banks boycotting meetings held in Japan, including SIBOS.
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Research Note
Economic slowdown in China prompts rate cuts and increased SME funding
Date: Jul 16, 2012   |   Author: Baron Laudermilk
Beijing has made two rate cuts in lending over the last month to boost economic growth, but this is not enough to stimulate the economy.
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Interviews
"Basis for finance is helping and assisting another corporation to survive"
Date: Jun 04, 2012   |   Author: Asian Banker Editorial
Lee Soon Woo, CEO of Woori Bank discusses ways to achieve privatisation, helping fragile customers get back up on their feet, and the bank's strategy and leadership qualities.


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