Substantial progress has been made at the highly anticipated Beijing Stock Exchange, which is planned as a new cradle for technologically advanced small and medium-sized enterprises, as it completed its second technical test on Saturday.
RMB bonds for $1.24b on auction in HK2021-10-18
China's Ministry of Finance will issue 8 billion yuan ($1.24 billion) worth of renminbi-denominated sovereign bonds in Hong Kong's offshore market, and the primary auction will start on Thursday morning, the ministry said on Wednesday.
Beijing sets path for global exchanges2021-10-18
Beijing will expand its international "circle of friends" by accelerating the implementation of more global services and projects and establishing core areas for exchanges.
Bond link a win-win for mainland, HK: Officials2021-10-18
Southbound trading under the Bond Connect program between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong will be launched on Sept 24, the People's Bank of China and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority said on Wednesday, and immediately drew plaudits from market mavens.
Beijing lays the path for digital renminbi growth2021-10-18
The digital renminbi was showcased at the 2021 China International Fair for Trade in Services held in Beijing from Sept 2 to 7. From digital wallets and diversified cultural and creative products to unmanned supermarkets, mobile convenience stores and other consumption scenarios, visitors could experience different ways of using the digital currency at the fair.
NEEQ releases 3 sets of draft rules for Beijing bourse2021-10-18
The construction of systemic infrastructure for the highly anticipated Beijing stock exchange, which is planned as the venue to boost innovation among China's small and medium-sized enterprises, or SMEs, picked up speed on Sunday with the first batch of draft business rules released to solicit public opinion.
Nation to further open up capital market2021-10-18
China is considering launching a new round of capital market opening-up measures while seeking closer international cooperation in supervising overseas-listed Chinese companies, the head of the country's top securities regulator said on Monday.