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New QFII/RQFII Rules Unify Qualifications and Regulations, Reduce Entry Thresholds, Expand Investment Scope

The launch of new rules governing investment in securities futures by qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII) in China is expected to further...

Beijing Cancels Investment Ceiling for Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors

The Chinese central government has rescinded the ceiling on investments levels for overseas institutional investors.

State Council Doubles Quota for Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors

The Chinese central government has doubled the investment quota for qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII). On 14 January the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE)...

SAFE Relaxes Restrictions on Remittance by Foreign Institutional Investors

China's foreign exchange authority has just cancelled the ceiling on the remittance of funds by qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII), as part of broader...

Capital Market Opening Will Follow China’s Financial Maturation: CSRC

The securities regulator says that the China's central government is readying itself for the opening the country's capital markets, as part of broader liberalisation...

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