Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    16 / 4 ℃  City Forecast

English>>China Business

China rolls out new capital market measures

By Yin Hang (CNTV)

13:56, November 13, 2012

By CCTV reporter Yin Hang

In order to combat the sluggishness in China’s capital markets, the CSRC has rolled out a series of innovative reforms. Under these new policies, regulation frameworks of China’s stocks, futures and bonds markets have shown improvements. In today’s special series of CCTV’s "Growth and Going Forward".

In the latter part of last year, China’s securities regulator has kick-started its reform engine in the capital market to change the country’s market landscape.

Since October last year, a slew of proposed policy adjustments, ranging from growth-board delisting rules to a green light for small bank stock flotations, were rolled out by the China Securities Regulatory Commission, or CSRC. The regulator also plans to speed up the formation of a multi-level capital market system and provide more differentiated financial services.

【1】 【2】 【3】

Recommended Features:
A Decade of Fastest Development Eastern Boom Lightens Western Gloom Oct. data released, inflation slows
Gold collection issued to mark 'Year of Snake' China: A Fast-growing Force in IPR 13th Int'l Automobile Industry Exhibition
China Int'l Industry Fair opens in Shanghai Caofeidian coal wharf put into use Canton Fair wraps up on Sunday


Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. Devil training of PLA

  2. Weekly review of military photos

  3. Unforgettable moments in Nov. (II)

  4. Diverse activities on Single's Day

  5. Beijing experiences windy weather

  6. RMB hits six-month high

  7. 2 Chinese films vie for award at Rome Festival

  8. Carl Warner's Foodscapes

Most Popular


  1. Commentary: Venture no further
  2. Chinese MSN users hope for clarity, stability
  3. Public has right to real emergencies information
  4. Analysis: China's social financing stable
  5. Smartphones disconnect people
  6. Recalling Faulty Vehicles
  7. Puzzlement hits historic towers' road to WCH
  8. Online amenities create utopia of idiots
  9. Economic ranking means less for public
  10. Commentary: What path will economy take

What’s happening in China

Boys will be girls

  1. Underground voices:grassroots singer in subway
  2. Sina Weibo launches new charity platform
  3. Races canceled as students struggle to stay fit
  4. Chinese authorities urge school bus safety
  5. Survey team looks for rare white-flag dolphins