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China’s strict capital controls may be eased to allow investment abroad as bubble risks grow

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese authorities may finally feel the time is right for a new wave of financial opening to allow citizens to invest savings abroad, as pressure mounts from a tidal wave of liquidity resulting from aggressive stimulus policies in developed economies.Investment is flooding into China thanks to its strong economic rebound from the coronavirus pandemic, while global demand for medical protection gear and electronic devices has boosted export earnings. Improved returns from China’s stock and bond…

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Chinese authorities may finally feel the time is right for a new wave of financial opening to allow citizens to invest savings abroad, as pressure mounts from a tidal wave of liquidity resulting from aggressive stimulus policies in developed economies.Investment is flooding into China thanks to its strong economic rebound from the coronavirus pandemic, while global demand for medical protection gear and electronic devices has boosted export earnings. Improved returns from China’s stock and bond…

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