Opening up China’s financial sector

Opening up China’s financial sector

Overview of China’s relaxing restrictions on foreign ownership in the financial services sector

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China is relaxing restrictions on foreign ownership of its financial services institutions. But what does this mean for investors?

The proposed easing of ownership limits in China’s financial sector has aroused great interest among investors eager to gain a greater share of the world’s second largest economy.

Following the November 2017 announcement, foreign financial companies and other interested parties are considering their next steps. This article looks at the changes and discusses the implications for investors.

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