Chinese regulator said it is developing legal framework for foreign firms
China must boost its efforts to open up
its futures markets to international investors if it is to meet
the needs of the real economy, the Chinese regulator said on
Speaking at FOW’s Derivatives
World Asia event, Zhou Lichao, Division Director, Supervision
Division III, Department of Futures Supervision, China
Securities Regulatory Commission, said the regulator was
developing a legal framework to allow more international
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