Chinese Yuan (renminbi) Derivative Products: Derivatives by Peter G. Zhang

By Peter G. Zhang

With the CNY revaluation views, hundreds of thousands of billions folks cash were invested in numerous kinds of CNY-related by-product items. As a derivatives professional with greater than ten years' adventure within the overseas monetary marketplace and with a operating adventure in China long ago few years, the writer deals a quantity on buying and selling and different useful problems with CNY-related by-product items within the offshore market.

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The excessive government investments have somewhat crowded out private investments and also represent “returning to the previous planed economy” because most of the major projects are again initiated and managed by government institutions, and the efficiency of such investments has been proved to be limited. The Asian financial crisis accelerated transforming the Chinese economy from supply shortage to demand shortage. Consumer prices in 1998/99 declined for the first time since the beginning of reforms in the late 1970s.

A model of stimulating consumption in China was developed by Zhang (2003b). Interested readers may refer to that paper. It is also beyond the scope of this book to address this policy issue further. Interested readers may refer to Zhang (2003a). 8 Conclusions Both exports and foreign reserves have growing steadily in China in the past quarter-century, especially in the past decade. The success has largely resulted from China’s reform efforts and the open-door policy. Yet, foreign enterprises contribute significantly to China’s export and have dominated China’s exports since 2001.

These attempts or experiments were for specific economic issues but not for general ones such as how to transform the then existing planned economy into a market economy. The theoretical need became more and more imperative after more than a decade of practice of reforming the economy in various aspects. In order to deepen and broaden the ongoing reform process, the Communist Party of China (CPC) made an important decision in November 1993 to establish a socialist market economy. This decision was of vital importance for further reforming the Chinese economy in the following decade as it specifies the role and usefulness of the market mechanism in the development of the Chinese economy; it emphasizes the functionality of the market in resource reallocation; and it requires that reforms at various levels should be aimed at establishing a market economy.

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