Latest articles from Kimberley Long

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Chin-Long Yang: How to rise to new monetary policy challenges

January 2, 2019

As the pace of change in banking and finance accelerates with the implementation of new technology, it is the responsibility of central banks and monetary authorities to set the agenda for the future, writes Chin-Long Yang, Taiwan's central bank governor. 

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Top 300 Asia-Pacific Banks 2019: China holds strong while Indian reforms hits hard

January 2, 2019

China's banks affirm their strength in the The Banker’s Top 300 Asia-Pacific Banks ranking, while India is making moves in the wrong direction. Kimberley Long reports.

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Australian banking faces Royal Commission watershed

January 2, 2019

Australia’s Royal Commission has brought out into the open a decade’s worth of misconduct in the country’s banking sector. As the industry faces geopolitical pressures and the emergence of challenger banks, Australian banking is set for an overhaul. Kimberley Long reports.

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Kazakhstan opens up to new ideas

January 2, 2019

Kazakhstan has bold ambitions to become not just a strong regional player, but one of the world's top economies in the next 30 years. Kimberley Long looks at how it intends to achieve this goal.

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Asian shuffle: Relinking the Chinese supply chain

October 1, 2018

As China turns from being the home of mass-produced goods to consumer market, manufacturers are moving production to its Asian neighbours. Kimberley Long reports on their progress.  

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Asia-Pacific M&A works around China’s investment clampdown

October 1, 2018

China’s decision to tighten rules around mergers and acquisitions led to fears of a downturn in Asia-Pacific’s thriving market. But healthy activity in Japan and India is offsetting any regional uncertainty, as Kimberley Long reports.

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