The development of modern Chinese banking
Lo, Frank Shih-Yu.
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This study purports to evaluate the relationship between the Chinese modern banking system and the activities or the national economy and to describe the significance of its development on China's peace and war economy. The problem is to be approached by tracing the formation of banking institutions and developments, by investigating the internal organization and practices and by analyzing the influence of Government financial policies. It covers the period from the appearance of the first Chinese-owned modern bank in 1897 to the New Monetary Reform in 1948. The meagerness of data necessarily renders this study far from being complete; the most significant characteristics of the development, however, are to be considered.
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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