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US-China decoupling prompts Beijing to relax rules for foreign investors in onshore bond market

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China is tweaking its foreign exchange rules to make it easier for overseas institutional investors to buy onshore bonds, as Beijing steps up efforts to offset financial decoupling from the United States.The People’s Bank of China and the State Administration of Foreign Exchange on Wednesday issued a new draft regulation pledging to cut red tape and unify rules that covered different channels, such as the Bond Connect programme between the mainland and Hong Kong and the China Interbank Bond…

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China is tweaking its foreign exchange rules to make it easier for overseas institutional investors to buy onshore bonds, as Beijing steps up efforts to offset financial decoupling from the United States.The People’s Bank of China and the State Administration of Foreign Exchange on Wednesday issued a new draft regulation pledging to cut red tape and unify rules that covered different channels, such as the Bond Connect programme between the mainland and Hong Kong and the China Interbank Bond…

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