China’s rapid economic development, especially in the financial sector, has ignited the discussion of the re-emergence of Shanghai as a leading international financial center (IFC). Much still remains to be done for Shanghai to catch up with established centers such as New York and London, including deepening its capital markets and opening itself up to cross-border capital flows. While Shanghai’s current financial development has been made possible largely by China’s past economic conditions and policies, recent reforms are also likely to guarantee Shanghai the position as a world-class onshore IFC in the near future. The rise of Shanghai will likely benefit China’s economic structure, as well as that of Asia-Pacific region and the whole world.
"Shanghai as an International Financial Center - Aspiration, Reality and Implication,"
Undergraduate Economic Review:
1, Article 14.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/uer/vol8/iss1/14