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The GITIC Crackdown killing cockroaches in the kitchen

Author: Xie, Bing ; Rebecca, Wei-Wei ; Meyerhans, GuidoINSEAD Area: Economics and Political SciencePublisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 1999.Language: EnglishDescription: 4 p.Type of document: INSEAD CaseNote: Latest version available via https://publishing.insead.eduAbstract: GITIC was forced to closure in 1998/99, creating concern among foreign investors, particularly Japanese and Korean, that the Chinese government would not stand behind its own store investment bank. The case is about how to read economic policy-making in a non-transparent environmentPedagogical Objectives: How should GITIC's failure be seen : 1, reaction to Asian financial crash; 2, Beijing wants to preserve financial independence; 3, Beijing asserts central government control over provinces; 4, Beijing wants financial reform; 5, Beijing as a credible partner
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How should GITIC's failure be seen : 1, reaction to Asian financial crash; 2, Beijing wants to preserve financial independence; 3, Beijing asserts central government control over provinces; 4, Beijing wants financial reform; 5, Beijing as a credible partner

GITIC was forced to closure in 1998/99, creating concern among foreign investors, particularly Japanese and Korean, that the Chinese government would not stand behind its own store investment bank. The case is about how to read economic policy-making in a non-transparent environment

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