FinTech and Financial Inclusion in China

Published on: 2017-12-05


Professor Kellee Tsai, Faculty Associate at the Institute, offers insights on the Chinese government’s 2016-2020 plan to encourage digital technologies in order to promote financial inclusion and social stability. This brief examines the explosive growth of China’s fintech in response to demand for web-based services, and the government’s attempts to regulate this space.

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