Chinese banks, insurers, companies and individuals will be allowed to convert more yuan into foreign currencies for buying overseas stocks and debt, while rules are being tightened to control short-term capital inflows.
The moves are aimed at "actively promoting the basic balance" of the Chinese balance of payment
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