Chinese Vice-Premier Ma Kai (second from right) is set to retire in March, paving the way for one of President Xi Jinping’s chosen officials to run the new super regulatory body. Photo: AP
Chinese Vice-Premier Ma Kai (second from right) is set to retire in March, paving the way for one of President Xi Jinping’s chosen officials to run the new super regulatory body. Photo: AP

analysis | What Beijing’s super regulator means for China’s economy

Committee to have great powers over financial affairs, with the potential to reduce turf wars and infighting among watchdogs, analysts say

Chinese Vice-Premier Ma Kai (second from right) is set to retire in March, paving the way for one of President Xi Jinping’s chosen officials to run the new super regulatory body. Photo: AP
Chinese Vice-Premier Ma Kai (second from right) is set to retire in March, paving the way for one of President Xi Jinping’s chosen officials to run the new super regulatory body. Photo: AP
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