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Why reforms to foreign bank supervision may cause confusion

The setting up of an independent banking regulator should improve bank supervision in the long term. But until then, activities of foreign banks are likely to remain subject to the scrutiny of the central bank, creating confusion over who has what authority, say Wang Ling and Robert Chen of King & Wood

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