R-QFII to attract more investors to offshore renminbi

The upcoming renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor (R-QFII) scheme is set to boost the amount of renminbi in Hong Kong by expanding offshore investment options in the currency.

  • 24 Aug 2011

China’s plans to let qualified foreign institutional investors use offshore renminbi to buy up to Rmb20 billion (US$3.1 billion) worth of mainland securities is set to bolster the distribution of its currency offshore and raise Hong Kong’s prominence as the only offshore renminbi hub.

China’s vice premier Li ...

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