CSRC: H-share investment not to affect A shares

Updated: 2007-09-06 14:31

Shang Fulin, head of China's securities market watchdog, said Thursday the amount of Chinese individual investment in the stock market of Hong Kong will be limited in the initial stage and will not have obvious impact on the A-share market of the mainland.

Shang, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), said the commission is making more assessment and improvement on the specific regulations about individual investment in Hong Kong.

He also noted that the commission does not change its policies of supporting domestic companies to go public in Hong Kong stock market.

Shang made the remarks at the Inaugural Annual Meeting of the New Champions held in Northeast China's coastal city of Dalian.

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