deposit insurance scheme

Banking Measure Marks Critical Step Towards Financial Reform in China

After decades of deliberation, China instituted a deposit insurance scheme on May 1 that protects RMB and foreign currency deposits of up to RMB 500,000 ($80,500) from bank defaults. This new safety net eliminates the central government’s de facto backing of China’s banking system and shifts liability for lending decisions to the banks themselves.

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