China’s central People’s Bank of China (PBoC) last Friday reaffirmed Beijing’s intention to use the Shanghai free-trade zone (FTZ) as a vanguard for market liberalisation, and, experts note, a direct competition to offshore wealth hubs like Hong Kong and Singapore. The PBoC announced new reforms at the FTZ including permitting individuals to directly purchase of foreign assets including businesses, stocks…
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