Shanghai-London Connect faces legal questions

But for now feasibility studies are pressing ahead.

Shanghai-London Connect faces legal questions
LSE's Schwieger speaking at the LSEG Greater China Forum in HK

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union has raised legal questions around a proposed trading link between the London and Shanghai stock exchanges.

The London and Shanghai stock exchanges have been working on a mutual market access programme since September, which would represent another important step forward in the opening up of China’s markets and bolster Britain’s efforts to attract Chinese investment.

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