Dec 15, 2011 05:41 PM

Fresh Breeze for China's Securities Regulator


After years of sputtering and stalls, China's securities reform engine got a swift kick-start within weeks of Guo Shuqing's appointment as China's top securities regulator in late October.

A slew of proposed policy adjustments, ranging from growth-board delisting rules to a green light for small bank stock flotations, were rolled out during the first month of Guo's tenure as chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC).

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