Besides, Taiwanese banks hope China's financial authority will further allow China's qualified domestic institutional investors (QDII) to invest in Taiwan's stock market.
What does QDII stand for?
QDII stands for Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors
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Samples in periodicals archive:
By the end March of 2010, the SAFE is expected to have approved a total of 76 Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors, with a total approved quota of USD64.
11, 2012 (CENS)--To attract more mainland Chinese investments to Taiwan, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) may ease restrictions on qualified domestic institutional investors (QDIIs) from China to invest in Taiwan's stock market and raise maximum investment by QDIIs to US$1 billion from the current US$500 million, a move that has to be discussed with the central bank in Taiwan and Mainland Affairs Council.
18, 2011 (CENS)--Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) is allowing qualified domestic institutional investors (QDIIs) approved by the China Banking Regulatory Commission to invest in Taiwan up to US$500 million.
8, 2010 (CENS)--Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) is studying the feasibility of relaxing investments by China's qualified domestic institutional investors (QDIIs).
to encourage qualified domestic institutional investors to invest in Taiwan.
During their stay here, the Chinese financial executives will meet executives of local securities firms for discussing possible cooperation, in addition to visiting some listed companies, notably those of electronics industry and those possessing valuable realties, such as MediaTek and Taiwan Cement, investment targets most attractive to China's qualified domestic institutional investors (QDIIs).