China doubles quota for foreign investors, paving way for global funds to get bigger bite of A-shares amid stock market slump

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A bank clerk counting US dollar banknotes on top of bundles of 100 Chinese yuan banknotes at a bank branch in Huaibei in Anhui province on April 26, 2012. Photo: Reuters

  • The government to double the combined quota under the qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII) programme to US$300 billion
  • Beijing is still selective in opening up, as it prefers capital inflow channels over outflow ones

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Xie Yu


Xie Yu

 

Updated: Monday, 14 Jan, 2019 11:01pm

A bank clerk counting US dollar banknotes on top of bundles of 100 Chinese yuan banknotes at a bank branch in Huaibei in Anhui province on April 26, 2012. Photo: Reuters

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