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Since becoming China Securities Regulatory Commission chairman a year ago, Guo Shuqing has cut trading fees, pushed companies to increase dividends and let trust companies buy equities to bolster a stock market that’s set for a third straight year of declines.

Photographer: Nelson Ching/Bloomberg

Since becoming China Securities Regulatory Commission chairman a year ago, Guo Shuqing has cut trading fees, pushed companies to increase dividends and let trust companies buy equities to bolster a stock market that’s set for a third straight year of declines.
November 11, 2012
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