The week in review: China reiterates stance on financial fraud, June credit data surprises, CSRC amends securities houses grading system

By Addison Gong, Rebecca Feng
13 Jul 2020

In this round-up, China once again vows to crack down on fraudulent behaviour in the financial market, credit data for June is stronger than expected, and the securities regulator makes updates on how it grades onshore brokerages.

The Chinese Financial Stability and Development Committee held its 36th meeting on Saturday, chaired by China’s vice-premier Liu He.

The committee reiterated a “zero tolerance” policy for dishonest market practices and vowed to simplify the delisting process for companies. The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and other ...

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