Shanghai is Mainland China's major financial and commercial center.
There are a number of major institutions within the financial sector based in Shanghai.
Shanghai Finance Yearbook. Provides an overview of Shanghai's finances, covering the bank industry, security industry, insurance industry and other finance organizations.
上海金融年鉴 = Shanghai Finance. Shanghai financial research publication
Shanghai Statistical Yearbook. Contains data on banking, interest rates and the Shanghai stock market.
China Money. From the China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS). Provides scholarly discussion and information for interbank market members, financial regulators, social and academic institutions, and more.
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The People's Bank of China (PBOC), China's central bank, controls monetary policy and regulates financial institutions. Its headquarters in Shanghai were launched in 2005.
China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) 中國証券監督管理委員會, a government body, acts as a watchdog to ensure the the proper regulation of the securities and futures markets.
Mainland China Banking Survey 2017. From the company KPMG.
Government policy (Chinese verson only) is for Shanghai to be an International Trade Center, attracting more local and international trade.
China became a member of the WTO (World Trade Organization) in 2001 opening and liberalizing its trading system.
Shanghai Statistical Yearbook. Includes data for import and export trade.
Shanghai Shipping Exchange. Responsible for standardising freight transactions, adjusting rates. Also provides freight indices.
The Port of Shanghai, China's largest, accounts for one fifth of China's total cargo volume and is an important gateway for foreign trade.
Tariff and import restrictions
China HS Codes, Import Tariffs & Trade Restrictions. For details of China's import tariffs and trade restrictions.
Shanghai Customs publishes the latest official printed version of law, regulations or notices