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FIA backs financial reforms in China

FIA backs financial reforms in China

16 June 2015 6:00pm EDT

FIA is working with the Engage China Coalition, a group of U.S. financial industry trade associations, to encourage the Obama Administration to continue its efforts to promote financial reforms in China. On June 16 the coalition sent a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew outlining several priorities for the U.S. in its upcoming Strategic and Economic Dialogue meetings with Chinese officials in Washington, D.C. Those priorities include the completion of a Bilateral Investment Treaty, improved international access to China’s financial services sector, a commitment to non-discriminatory treatment, and expanded QFII and QDII programs.

Full text of the Engage China letter to Secretary Lew

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ECC SED Letter to Sec Lew 06162015.pdf (116.6 KB)

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