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The 13th Five-Year Plan: “Going Global” by China’s Financial Sector (No.7,2016)


By Zhang Liping, Research Team on “Study on Going Global Strategy during the 13th Five-Year Plan Period”, DRC

Research Report [No.7 (Total 4890), 2016] 2016-1-28

Abstract: During the 12th Five-Year Plan period, China’s outbound direct investment developed rapidly, making China a net exporter of capital. Financial institutions are the main practitioners of China’s “going global” strategy and the dominant force to push forward the strategy. During the 13th Five-Year Plan period, as China has entered a new stage in enforcing this strategy, China’s enterprises overseas have an increasing demand on payment and settlement, project loans, M&A loans, operation loans, structured financing, global cash and risk management, as well as information consultancy and other comprehensive financial services. A more internationalized financial system is needed. In this system, the global layout of financial institutions will become more adequate and more capable of participating in large-scale international credit, M&A and the global financial market businesses, rendering a more efficient financial service for enterprises to expand their overseas presence.

Key words: the 13th Five-Year Plan, financial institutions, going global strategy