The People’s Bank of China is said to be planning to loosen rules controlling how much money can flow in and out of the country. The nation experienced unprecedented capital flight last year, with more than $1 trillion in estimated outflows as the yuan weakened and the stock market tanked. That was seven times the total for 2014 and more than any year since at least 2006, as far back as Bloomberg Intelligence data goes.
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