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Tele interview: What can China, Japan work jointly to help tackle euro debt crisis?

02-19-2012 14:16 BJT

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For more on analysis on Jun Azumi's visit, we are now joined on the phone by Professor Zhao Xijun, deputy director of the Institute of Finance and Securities at Renmin University of China.

Hello Professor Zhao. Thanks for joining us.

Q1. Japan reached agreement with China in December on buying Chinese bonds worth 10 billion Japanese Yen, and Azumi’s visit is aimed at implementing the agreement. This raises the question on reforming China’s Financial and Capital Account Control. How should China’s capital market and foreign exchange market be opened to foreign countries?

Q2. What common grounds do China and Japan have on the European debt crisis? What can they do to work jointly to help tackle the crisis?

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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