QDII's investment remit expanded



China has expanded the investment scope of qualified domestic institutional investors (QDIIs) to allow them to invest in offshore capital markets, in particular equity markets. This permits domestic Chinese investors to take on higher risk and potentially achieve higher yields from their foreign investments.

The rules previously restricted QDIIs, chiefly China's major commercial banks, insurance companies and one fund management company, to investing in mainly fixed income and currency produc

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