Stock Connect Success Hinges on Removing Barriers, says Study

Parsons, Joe
June 2015
Global Custodian News;Jun2015, p83
The article discusses the success of the investment channel Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect on removing programme restriction for trading securities as well as to pre-deliver the requirements for all sell orders across China.


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