Japan Investment Approved for China Banks

The Chinese banking regulatory commission signs a deal to allow banks to invest in Japanese securities. Nikkei jumped nearly 600 points on the news

The China Banking Regulatory Commission has signed a memorandum with Japan's Financial Services Agency, signalling an expansion of the country's qualified domestic institutional investor (QDII) programme. Japan joins Hong Kong, the UK and Singapore as approved investment markets for Chinese banks.

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