The People's Bank of China (PBC) has enhanced its macroeconomic status after spinning-off functions and restructuring, but faces two challenges from the monetary policy attenuation and the functional innovation. Against the background of the PBC President Zhou Xiao Chuan's call for building financial ecology, beginning with China's antitrust legislation, by demonstrating Chinese monetary enforcement and its transmission, this dissertation cross-analyzes economics and jurisprudence, and consequently concludes the necessity for PBC to withhold the Financial Antitrust.
A First Exploration of China's Antitrust Regulations: A Discussion of the Creative Function of the People's Bank of China (Chinese),
U. Pa. E. Asia L. Rev.
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