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    How to Rationalize Shenzhen's Housing Price?

    Drawn from the lessons learnt from the burst of housing bubble in Japan in the 1990s and the financial crisis sweeping Hong Kong in 1997, Shenzhen should be cautionary against the emergence and piling up of housing bubble,and the systematic risks associated with rising housing price at a breakneck pace

    Author: Source: Date:2019-04-24
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    What is an Effective Housing System?

    The path of housing reform has been zigzagged, with unexpected mistakes and U-turns in regulatory policies, rendering Shenzhen’s indemnificatory housing system ineffective and unable to meet the needs of low-to-middle income group.

    Author: Source: Date:2019-04-24
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    A Review of Shenzhen's Housing Reform

    The past four decades witnessed Shenzhen’s boom from an isolated fisherman’s village to a metropolis, during which the city has always been the spearhead in China’s reform.

    Author: Source: Date:2019-04-24
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    Can the Soaring Housing Price be Averted?

    In response to Shenzhen’s soaring housing market, Shenzhen housing and urban-rural development bureau released a document on Deepening housing system and accelerating the building of a multi-source, multi-channel housing supply and guarantee system to encourage both the renting and purchase of houses on July 27th, 2018.

    Author: Source: Date:2019-04-24
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    Causes of Shenzhen's Soaring Housing Price

    According to the public release, the average housing price in Shenzhen in May, 2016 was 55,871 RMB/m2, with the highest 10,000 RMB/m2, and a housing-income ratio as high as 38.36. Shenzhen now tops IMF’s ranking as the most unaffordable city.

    Author: Source: Date:2019-04-24
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    Tributes to Reformers

    Tributes to Reformers

    Author: Source: Date:2018-12-26
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    China Reform Forum-China's Financial Development Strategy

    The China Reform Forum -China’s financial development strategy was held jointly by Shenzhen Innovation and Development Institute and China Society of Economic Reform in Beijing on November 25, 2018.

    Author: Source: Date:2018-12-26
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    Ten Years since 2008: China's Future Financial Policy

    Mao Zhenhua, Shenzhen Innovation and Development Institute president delivered a speech at the China Reform Forum -China’s financial development strategy held jointly by Shenzhen Innovation and Development Institute and China Society of Economic Reform in Beijing, reviewing monetary policies and financial regulations measures ten years from the 2008 financial crisis and suggesting on China’s financial strategies for the future.

    Author: Source: Date:2018-12-26
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    Why Is It Difficult to Finance Now?

    Yang Kaisheng, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) former president gave a speech at the China Reform Forum -China’s financial development strategy held jointly by Shenzhen Innovation and Development Institute and China Society of Economic Reform in Beijing. He highlighted the root of the ongoing challenges of corporate financing. Yang argues that a well-functioning mechanism to replenish capital is essential for both SOEs and private firms.

    Author: Source: Date:2018-12-26
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    How to Understand Leverage Ratio?

    The China Reform Forum -China’s financial development strategy was held jointly by Shenzhen Innovation and Development Institute and China Society of Economic Reform in Beijing on November 25th.

    Author: Source: Date:2018-12-26