SNA - China approves QFII for Singapore's central bank

SHANGHAI (MarketWatch) -- The China Securities Regulatory Commission said it approved the Monetary Authority of Singapore as a Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor in October. The regulator said in a statement Thursday it also approved Taiwan's China Life Insurance Co. and Shin Kong Life Insurance Co., the life-insurance unit of Shin Kong Financial Holding Co. , as QFIIs last month.

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