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Stock Exchanges Step Up Efforts to Stop Price Manipulation

An investor watches the movement of share prices at a stock market trading hall in the eastern province on Anhui on April 13. Photo: VCG
An investor watches the movement of share prices at a stock market trading hall in the eastern province on Anhui on April 13. Photo: VCG

* New rules are aimed at preventing investors from building stakes with borrowed money

* String of scandals has dented the confidence of small investors and raised regulatory concerns about financial risks

(Beijing) - Chinese regulators are proposing to tighten disclosure requirements on shareholdings in listed companies to prevent investors from secretly building up stakes, creating a false market in the stock and harming the interests of small shareholders.

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