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Treasury Management in China

For foreign multinationals, greater stability lends itself to a longer-term sustainable business strategy; furthermore, companies that have been cautious that rapid growth could lead to a boombust cycle can now approach their investment in China with more confidence. Slower (but potentially more sustainable) growth is also motivating the Chinese government to pursue its financial liberalisation programme with more vigour, which is translating into significant new opportunities for treasurers of both Chinese and foreign multinationals.

This how to guide is part of a Treasury Management in China Collection.

Key Topics:

1.RMB: the Default Currency?

2.Cross-border Liquidity

3.The SFTZ

4.Other Developments

5.Managing RMB Offshore

6.Leveraging the Opportunity

7.Adopting RMB is Critical

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Treasury Management in China

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How to Guides

Introductory digital guides designed to give treasury professionals the skills and understanding of how key elements of treasury fit together. These digital guides have been written by experienced treasury professionals who break down complex topics using practical examples and clear language.
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Author:

 

Helen Sanders: 

Former Director of Education for the Association of Corporate Treasurers. Helen also worked for SunGard and treasury departments in the energy and IT sectors. She is now Editor of Treasury Management International (TMI).

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