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Chinese authorities are tightening regulations over outbound direct investment. What does this mean for Australia?
Today’s media reports that China’s Central Banking Regulator (CBRC) is investigating the domestic banking sector’s exposure to global investments made by several privately owned group companies is another example of direct action being taken by Chinese regulators to address capital outflows and high domestic debt levels.
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Chinese authorities are tightening regulations and oversight after an estimated USD 725 billion of capital outflows and 7 percent devaluation of the RMB in 2016. What does this mean for Australia
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