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Sachs for letting me draw upon results from joint research. I thank Charles Adams, Cheong Young-Rok, Michel Fouquin, Hua Erh-Cheng, Jean-Francoise Huchet, Kim Si Joong, Lee Chang Kyu, Lee Keun, Francoise Lemoine, Charles Piggott, Xavier Richet, Xiao Geng, Wang Jian, Zhang Zhizhao, Zhang Xiaojing, Zhang Wei, Zhu Lijing, and Zhu Shanli for helpful discussions on China’s macroeconomic situation. I am deeply indebted to the Citigroup office in Hong Kong for assistance in data compilation. org 36 Challenges in Macroeconomic Management for China’s New Leaders institutions to converge to those of an advanced developed capitalist country.
This might be one of the highest in the world. The main task for tackling the NPLs is not just cleaning up the existing NPLs, but preventing the increase of new bad loans. As a result, we should pay substantial attention to the potential ﬁnancial risk in the new phase of development. Due to the urbanisation process and the shift of consumption structure, China’s state banks have recently concentrated more on consumer ﬁnance and lending to urban infrastructure constructions. 2 In 2001, the NPLs in four major state banks were RMB1800 billion without considering the NPLs in other ﬁnancial institutions.
Unlike previous government reforms, which were mainly focused on downsizing, the new restructuring attempts to reduce the overlapping of the government departments’ responsibilities, beef up coordination between them, and clarify their duties. It will deﬁnitely improve efficiency. The reform package could be the largest structural reform the government has taken since the late 1970s (see Figure 4): • The combining of the State Economic and Trade Commission (SETC) and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (MOFTEC) into a new agency, the Ministry of Commerce.