Banking and Financial Control in Reforming Planned Economies by Haiqun Yang

By Haiqun Yang

This booklet analyses the benefits and downsides of the banking approach reforms with specific connection with centrally deliberate economies. The booklet studies the socialist banking reforms and analyses their monetary difficulties. making use of a serious exposition of banking theories, it assesses present monetary issues and takes factor with a few verified theories.

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Concentrating the management of institutions and businesses in the hands of the national banks stifled competition and created bureaucratic inefficiency. 9 Being cashiers or tellers of the planning systems and the MoF, bankers always looked at credit indices and paid less attention to macroeconomic Socialist Banking Systems and their Reforms 23 indicators. The heavy burden of commercial banking also meant that the national bank was unable to research macroeconomic policies. Middle-level banking problems Concentration of the banking system was far too intensive.

The monetary authorities intend not only to unify the exchange rate but also to avoid market volatility. Chinese enterprises have to sell all their foreign exchange earnings to authorised banks and are forbidden to retain foreign currency. On the other hand foreign-funded enterprises are allowed to deposit their foreign exchange in foreign banks in China as well as in authorised banks. The aim of this differential treatment is to avoid a sharp drop in the value of the yuan caused by a strong demand for foreign exchange by foreign-funded enterprises.

Corporate stock in China is a hybrid of bond and equity, or a kind of 'non-voting, redeemable, participating, preferred stock' in the terminology of developed market economies. It typically has denominations of Rmb 50 or Rmb 100 for individuals and Rmb 100 000 for institutional investors. Maturity is normally short, ranging from one to five years. The return typically consists of two parts: fixed interest pegged to the rates of the PBC, and a dividend linked to net profit. 'B shares', rather than domestically issued 'A shares', are issued to foreign investors.

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