China’s new top securities regulator pledged efforts to make China's capital market "fully play its role" and unveiled more details about the new technology and innovation board designed to boost financial reform and development of the high-tech sector in his highly-anticipated first public appearance after taking office.
Yi Huiman, chairman of China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) expressed the government’s determination to revive its capital market as part of a broader plan and he said the full set of rules will be released “as soon as possible” in a press conference on Wednesday.
He said China . . .
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