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China Government Tells Financial Institutions to Reduce Fees for Small & Medium-Sized Businesses, Securities Firms & Fund Managers to Reduce Fees for Investors

16th September | Hong Kong

China government (State Council) has issued a circular to financial institutions to reduce fees for small & medium-sized businesses, securities firms & fund managers to reduce fees for investors, and strict regulation of government fees & fines.  With a zero COVID-19 policy, China government is continuing to use different ways to support the economy (China economy has been hit by a zero COVID-19 policy, impacting international travellers, supply-chain, and the wider economy.).  Earlier in September 2022, China announced the issuance of $29 billion (CNY 200 billion) in special loans to property developers to fund stalled housing projects (Ministry of Housing & Urban-Rural Development, Ministry of Finance, China Policy Banks), and separately through 2 China policy banks invest a total of $43 billion (CNY 300 billion) to fund infrastructure construction in China (China Development Bank ~ China’s largest policy lender, Agricultural Development Bank of China). 

China Government Tells Financial Institutions to Reduce Fees for Small & Medium-Sized Businesses, Securities Firms & Fund Managers to Reduce Fees for Investors “


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