The two main exchanges in the cities have agreed the terms for the service
The main Shanghai and Hong Kong exchanges and clearing
houses have formally agreed the principles behind the trading
link between the two cities, marking another milestone in the
opening up of China.
The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Securities
Clearing Company, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and ChinaClear
formalised on Thursday the agreement they outlined in April to
establish a trading link between the regional centres.
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