After market crash, China mulls single 'super-regulator'


China is considering bringing together its banking, insurance and securities regulators into a single super-commission, sources told Reuters, following the summer's stock market crash that was blamed in part on poor inter-agency coordination. China's stock markets .

CSI300 dropped by more than 40 per cent between mid-June and August, forcing Beijing to take unprecedented measures to prevent a wider panic, embarrassing the government and delaying planned improvements to nascent derivatives and futures markets. The uncoordinated.

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