Former Taiwan Finance Minister on consolidation

Taiwan''s former Minister of Finance, Ching-Chang Yen speaks about the consolidation of the financial sector.

In a long and illustrious career - in which he has helped shape the direction of Taiwan's financial system, and become the most seasoned expert on the WTO - it is perhaps surprising to learn that Ching-Chang Yen started out wanting to be a painter. His office in Taipei testifes to his continuing love of art on his walls hang European impressionist works in oils next to classic Chinese calligraphy, all of which come from his own extensive art collection.

Now he has a new canvas.

Yen has just returned to Taipei from Geneva where he was Taiwan's Ambassador to the WTO, and he has just...

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