The China Securities Regulatory Commission has told market participants that it no longer requires overseas investors to put at least 50 per cent of their assets into stocks. Photo: EPA

China scraps foreign asset allocation limits to lure investors

Move follows a series of market opening measures this year

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The China Securities Regulatory Commission has told market participants that it no longer requires overseas investors to put at least 50 per cent of their assets into stocks. Photo: EPA
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