The whole objective is to improve corporate governance and the banking sector is first because it is a key sector.
He has laid out a long-term plan for the economy and he's trying to get everybody on board. The speech was to rally people to his plan of making Singapore a world-class city with a world-class service center.
It is always a concern, especially if it leads to higher interest rates as central banks deal with inflationary pressures. The question is how would that impact on consumption
There's room for the yuan to move faster, China isn't likely to bow to international pressure. It's probably a face issue, it's a matter of timing.