China is drafting new rules to make it easier for foreign institutional investors to buy onshore bonds. Photo: EPA-EFEChina is drafting new rules to make it easier for foreign institutional investors to buy onshore bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE
China is drafting new rules to make it easier for foreign institutional investors to buy onshore bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE

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

  • China is drafting new rules to allow foreign institutional investors to directly buy exchange-traded bond products
  • Beijing has stepped up efforts to woo overseas investment in Chinese securities as financial decoupling with the US looms

Topic |   China economy
China is drafting new rules to make it easier for foreign institutional investors to buy onshore bonds. Photo: EPA-EFEChina is drafting new rules to make it easier for foreign institutional investors to buy onshore bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE
China is drafting new rules to make it easier for foreign institutional investors to buy onshore bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE
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