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Asia | 23 October 2017 Remember Minsky Moments? And Please Give us Capital, says China
Two major themes emerged from the Chinese Party Congress last week, namely, further opening of the financial sector to foreigners, and the threat of a Minsky moment.

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23 October 2017 Remember Minsky Moments? And Please Give us Capital, says China

By Freya Beamish

Two major themes emerged from the Chinese Party Congress last week, namely, further opening of the financial sector to foreigners, and the threat of a Minsky moment.

Posted: 22nd Oct 2017 in 'Asia'

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