Sino-Foreign Business Networks: Foreign and Chinese banks in the Chinese banking sector, 1890–1911

  title={Sino-Foreign Business Networks: Foreign and Chinese banks in the Chinese banking sector, 1890–1911},
  author={Ghassan Moazzin},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  pages={970 - 1004}
  • Ghassan Moazzin
  • Published 10 October 2019
  • Economics, Business, History
  • Modern Asian Studies
Abstract At the turn of the twentieth century, foreign bankers viewed China as one of the up-and-coming markets for international banking. This led to a rapid influx of foreign banks into the banking sector of the China coast. Consequently, foreign banks became a major presence in the treaty ports, where they financed China's foreign trade, provided loans to the Chinese government, and supplied Chinese banks with credit. However, their operations in the Chinese banking sector were always… 
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