About Seung-Min LeeSeung-Min Lee is an ADB financial sector specialist, focused on financial sector development in the People’s Republic of China and Mongolia. His work includes projects on the development of microfinance, small and medium-sized enterprise finance, agricultural finance, energy efficiency finance, climate change finance and capital markets. Before joining ADB, he worked in Kookmin Bank in Seoul, Republic of Korea, as a fixed income portfolio and fund manager.
By Seung-Min Lee. Posted September 10, 2015
The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has achieved remarkable economic growth, but there are a number of serious imbalances between coastal and inland regions, and between urban and rural areas. The government wants to help bridge this gap by developing inclusive finance tools.
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