Exchanges said the Shenzhen trading link is part of the plan to open up China
China has taken another step to opening up
its vast domestic market to international investors by formally
agreeing to launch the next Hong Kong-mainland Chinese trading
link, possibly next month, and pledging again to extend the
model beyond equities.
The stock exchange and clearing house of
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) signed on Tuesday an
agreement with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and its clearer
ChinaClear to launch Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect.
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