Will The Chinese Liberalise or Tighten Stock Market Controls

Clifford Chance – In recent years China has implemented a range of initiatives to promote cross border investment and open up its capital markets.

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In November 2013 the government set out a blueprint for China’s future reforms which outlined its plans to let market forces play a “decisive” role in determining pricing and allocating resources. While China seemed set on market liberalisation, bail-out measures taken by PRC regulators in response to the stock market crash in mid-June 2015 are delivering mixed messages. Here Clifford Chance experts explore the attempts to open up China’s capital markets, recent regulatory interventions and the outlook for China’s future development.

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