Under a draft regulation up for public review, foreign investors would be able to open bond investment accounts at custodian banks in China, allowing firms to bring in money directly to buy domestic bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE Under a draft regulation up for public review, foreign investors would be able to open bond investment accounts at custodian banks in China, allowing firms to bring in money directly to buy domestic bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE
Under a draft regulation up for public review, foreign investors would be able to open bond investment accounts at custodian banks in China, allowing firms to bring in money directly to buy domestic bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE

Beijing woos global bond investors by making it easier to get money in and out of China

  • Foreign investors will also be allowed to invest in foreign exchange derivative products, such as by trading directly with Chinese counterparts
  • Rule changes may appeal to investors searching for higher yields, given the near-zero or negative interest rates available in developed economies

Topic |   China economy
Under a draft regulation up for public review, foreign investors would be able to open bond investment accounts at custodian banks in China, allowing firms to bring in money directly to buy domestic bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE Under a draft regulation up for public review, foreign investors would be able to open bond investment accounts at custodian banks in China, allowing firms to bring in money directly to buy domestic bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE
Under a draft regulation up for public review, foreign investors would be able to open bond investment accounts at custodian banks in China, allowing firms to bring in money directly to buy domestic bonds. Photo: EPA-EFE
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