In the News: QFII Investment Quotas Scrapped; China-US Trade War 'Goodwill'; Insurance Affiliate Transactions Scrutinized; and Surging Pork Prices Spark Alarm

Sep 16, 2019
| By Vincent Chow
China scraps QFII quotas on foreign investment in capital markets; China and U.S. exchange goodwill gestures ahead of trade talks; CBIRC tightens regulation surrounding affiliate transactions in insurance sector; and surge in pork prices spark government scramble to increase production with subsidies
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