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Insurance policies

13 March 2019 By Christopher Beddor

China’s biggest insurer plans to buy up to $1.5 billion of its Shanghai shares. The company, which has a Hong Kong listing too, says it’s undervalued, but the deal also stems from official efforts to pep up mainland markets. Shareholders benefit, but policy winds blow both ways.

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