Stock Exchange Markets in China: Structure and Main Problems
AbstractThe capital market of Mainland China is fragmented into different stock exchanges, each one with its own peculiarities. After a review of the main literature, the paper aims at deepening their characteristics, by taking into account their specific regulation. The current analysis also shows the main statistical data in terms of size, traded volumes, number of listed companies, types of traded products of the different stock exchanges. For every phenomenon considered, the study suggests plausible explanations. The paper also provides further considerations about the main problems of alignment with the international standards. Copyright Springer-Verlag 2012
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