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Abstract

The Chinese economy has been growing at a very sustained pace — approximately 10 per cent per year for over 25 years and has attracted large flows of international capital. Furthermore, the consensus suggests that such a scenario is probably going to persist.

Keywords

Corporate Governance Banking System Commercial Bank Foreign Bank Outward Foreign Direct Investment 
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  • G. Ferri

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