In GDP, innovation and trade, China strives to challenge the United States and other global competitors. While the world’s second largest economy has not carried its weight in the monetary realm, that dynamic is quickly changing. Euromoney columnist Andrew Capon explores China’s push into world financial markets with its offerings of Chinese government bonds. Corporate executives and policy professionals will find this robust article on China’s expanding role in global finance a worthwhile read.
In this summary, you will learn
- How China is improving its position as a dominant player in global financial and monetary markets,
- Why these moves matter for investors and policy officials, and
- What competing countries can expect in this new dynamic.
About the Author
Andrew Capon is a contributing editor at Euromoney magazine.