Analysts say China’s recent moves to give foreign investors access to the financial market are just window dressing to ease pressure from the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
Analysts say China’s recent moves to give foreign investors access to the financial market are just window dressing to ease pressure from the United States. Photo: Bloomberg

China is letting in foreign firms, but will the financial market really be open?

Analysts say recent flurry of activity is a response to looming trade war with the United States, but Beijing insists it is expanding access on its own terms

Analysts say China’s recent moves to give foreign investors access to the financial market are just window dressing to ease pressure from the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
Analysts say China’s recent moves to give foreign investors access to the financial market are just window dressing to ease pressure from the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
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