Here's What China Is Doing to Tighten Noose on Capital FlowsBloomberg News
Offshore supply of yuan restricted to make shorting costlier
Outbound investment quotas frozen as Tobin tax mooted
China is increasingly resorting to administrative measures to curb capital outflows and calls are mounting for further restrictions as the defense of the yuan burns through the nation’s foreign-exchange reserves.
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