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China Raises Limit on Overseas Investment After 10-Month Pause
Published on: 2024-06-04
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China lifted its cap on foreign securities investment for the first time since July 2023, in a move that may help satisfy some of the surging demand for overseas assets even as Beijing seeks to bolster domestic markets.

The State Administration of Foreign Exchange approved a total quota of $167.8 billion for qualified domestic institutional investors (QDII) as of the end of May, according to data from the agency’s website. That represents the first increase since July, when the limit was lifted to $165.5 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.



中国国家外汇管理局上周五(5月31日)披露最新一期合格境内机构投资者(Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor,简称QDII)投资额度审批情况表。


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