Stock Market Crash Could Derail China's Financial Reforms for Years

Mills, Iain
July 2015
World Politics Review (19446284);7/27/2015, p2
The article discusses the potential long-term consequences of the June 2015 collapse of China's stock markets on the country's financial reform policies. Topics covered include policymakers' engineering of a market rally following an eight-year bear market, the destabilization of domestic and international investor confidence, and the exposure of the inadequacy of regulatory structures. The political ramifications of the market crash are also mentioned.


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