Financial Liberalisation and the Renminbi: Implications for New Zealand
Organizers: New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre
The Internationalisation of the RMB: heralded as a key element of China’s financial liberalisation and one with significant implications for New Zealand’s trade, capital flows and financial transactions with China, now has questions about how far and how fast the policy is being implemented. What does this mean for New Zealand business and for the conduct of global trade? On the eve of China’s crucial Party Congress what does this reveal about the direction of China’s economic reform as Xi Jinping heads into his second term as China’s Leader?
These issues will be examined at the New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre’s 2017 annual Conference on Contemporary China, to be held in Auckland on 25 October. The NZCCRC is bringing an outstanding line-up of commercial and central bankers, economic commentators, financial analysts and scholars from China, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand to Auckland to discuss where China is heading on this topic of importance internationally and for New Zealand business.
This conference will be of interest to those in the banking and financial sector, companies trading with China, investment professionals, economists, those with an interest in China’s political and economic rise, and national and local government policy makers.
Registration details for the conference are on the NZCCRC website: www.victoria.ac.nz/chinaresearchcentre