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08 December 2011

Take 15: Sovereign Credit Risk and Market Turmoil: Challenges for China’s Economic Policies

Jing Ulrich discusses the economic situation in China, the challenges for policymakers, the development of China’s capital markets, and the management of trillions of dollars of foreign exchange reserve assets in the context of heightened sovereign credit risk and increasingly volatile markets.


This episode of the Take 15 Series was originally released on 26 September 2011.


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About the Author(s)
Samuel Lum, CFA

Samuel Lum, CFA, was director of Private Wealth and Capital Markets at CFA Institute, where he focused on wealth management and capital markets, mainly in an Asia-Pacific context.

1 thought on “Take 15: Sovereign Credit Risk and Market Turmoil: Challenges for China’s Economic Policies”

  1. Martina says:

    Not a comment sir, but a concern. Is the Central Africa franc CFA going to face devaluation this coming January 2012?

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