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Dec 31, 2022 06:56 PM
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China and Singapore Widen Investor Access to Each Other’s Stock Markets

The signage of Singapore Exchange Ltd. is displayed inside the bourse's headquarters in Singapore. Photo: VCG
The signage of Singapore Exchange Ltd. is displayed inside the bourse's headquarters in Singapore. Photo: VCG

China and Singapore have widened investor access to each other’s stock markets through exchange-traded funds (ETFs), as another two such funds listed on Friday.

The listings mark the latest effort by both Asian countries to deepen financial cooperation.

The two funds, part of the ETF link between the Singapore Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, have combined assets under management of more than S$270 million ($201 million), the Singapore bourse said in a press release Friday.

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