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The London-Shanghai Stock Connect: A Risky Proposition

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With the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming Brexit — UK’s exit from the European Union — London is understandably keen to establish connectivity with China, the world’s second-largest economy, through the London-Shanghai Connect. It also seeks to retain its relevance and primacy as a financial hub. But forging stock market links with the bourses of Sydney, Hong Kong or Singapore would be more…




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