China’s time to go global

International banks are helping Chinese companies put the right cash management infrastructure in place before they go global.
Sanjeev Chatrath
Sanjeev Chatrath

Few will question China’s position as an emerging market champion but the companies of the world’s second-largest economy have been slower than their Asian neighbours to venture into new meadows. And as more multinational companies MNCs grab a slice of China’s pie, there are not a lot of leftovers available domestically.

“Chinese companies have lagged behind some of their peers in Korea and Japan, but increasingly we find that there is a very strong focus amongst the Chinese companies to grow internationally,” said Sanjeev Chatrath, Citi’s Asia-Pacific managing director and regional head of client sales management of treasury and trade solutions. “The growth story of Chinese companies in their...

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