China RQFII ETF managers secure capital gains tax exemptions

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The uncertainty surrounding the application of Chinese capital gains tax on renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor (RQFII) funds has been resolved by at least two RQFII exchange-traded fund (ETF) providers, who have confirmed they are now no longer withholding a 10% provision for capital gains tax on their funds, except for land-rich shares.

One of the biggest challenges for RQFII ETFs was the uncertainty of capital gains tax treatment for foreign investment into Chinese equities

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