Will Beijing Honor a WTO Promise?

China agreed to open its banking sector to competition from foreign banks, but the reality maybe be somewhat less liberal

Today is supposed to be a watershed moment in the march toward full financial sector liberalization in China. From Dec. 11 onward, the mainland's banking sector should be completely open to competition from foreign banks, under commitments Beijing made when it joined the World Trade Organization earlier in the decade.

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