Details Emerge for Foreign Investors in Futures Companies
China’s securities regulator has released draft regulations that set out more details for foreign investment in futures firms as part of an ongoing initiative to open up the financial sector.
The draft that the China Securities Regulatory Commission released Saturday detailed requirements for foreign shareholders in joint ventures, as well as rules for management and data storage. The draft is open to public feedback until June 4.
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