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Financial Stability Depends on the Real Estate Market

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2020.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.130

Central banks have responded to the pandemic-induced downturn by sharply lowering interest rates and firing up their money printers, driving hot money.. more

Get Tech Regulation Right Before Doing Fintech

By David Stinson / 2020.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.130

Rather than the tech industry itself, the debate in the US over the role of technology companies the financial system is instead being driven by the e.. more

A Digital Yuan Won't Resolve China's Dollar Hegemony Dilemma

By Matthew Fulco / 2020.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.130

China's advent of a central bank digital currency has rekindled the world's interest in renminbi internationalization, which has stalled amid concern .. more

The Trade War Must Go On?

By Matthew Fulco / 2020.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.130

Before the coronavirus pandemic, China's ruling Communist Party may well have preferred that Donald Trump win re-election this year. Yes, Trump's tari.. more

A Fresh Start for Taiwan's Financial Sector

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2020.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.129

At the 2020 Taiwan Capital Markets Forum, President Tsai Ying-wen said that the government will turn Taiwan into an “capital center to serve com.. more

China Further Opens Financial Sector to Foreign Companies

By Matthew Fulco / 2020.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.129

When China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, it promised to remove most market barriers to foreign participation in its financial sector by.. more

Reserve Currency Status Depends on Resilience, not just Financials

By David Stinson / 2020.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.129

The future of the dollar's role as the preeminent reserve currency is in doubt once again amid Washington's poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic,.. more

Preparing for the Money Printing Era

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2020.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.128

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to prevent economic collapse, central banks around the world have almost all expanded their balance she.. more

Can Hong Kong Thrive as a Mainlandized Financial Center?

By Matthew Fulco / 2020.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.128

Hong Kong has historically thrived as Asia's global financial center, serving as a conduit for capital moving to and from mainland China as well as an.. more

Fin & Tech Talks Highlight Breadth of Fintech Sector

By David Stinson / 2020.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.128

Out-of-the-box models, explained Or Kremer, CMO of BeyondMinds, account for 80% of the work that goes into the development of an AI system. The remain.. more