China securities regulator says will steadily expand opening of capital markets

Investors gather to check share prices in a security firm in Shanghai on July 28, 2015.
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China's securities regulator said Wednesday it will regulate and expand access to capital markets for all types of investors, while also encouraging more long-term institutional participation.

The China Securities Regulatory Commissions said in a post on its website that it will maintain "normalization" of initial public offerings, improve the delisting mechanism and steadily expand the opening of China's capital markets.