New Hands Take the Financial Regulation Wheel
Who's steering China's carefully managed financial system? Speculators were busy name-guessing before and for several months after the Communist Party's 18th National Congress in November.
Finally, the dust started to settle with formal appointments announced a few days after the National People's Congress session concluded in March. Additional appointments to regulatory and state-bank posts were expected soon.
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