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Fund to invest purely in China government bonds debuts in Singapore

ETF to let investors tap Chinese onshore bond markets using new fund structure

The SGX Centre in Singapore: The city-state's stock exchange regulator is tightening rules for auditors at locally listed companies in hopes of reducing accounting and governance missteps.

SINGAPORE -- The Singapore Exchange debuted the world's largest exchange traded fund to invest purely in Chinese government bonds on Monday. The move is part of SGX's efforts to step up access to China for investors in the city-state.

Announced by the bourse last week, the move is the latest initiative by the SGX to build a portfolio of multi-asset offerings, trying to chip away at rival Stock Exchange of Hong Kong's prominence as a gateway for traders to mainland China.

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