CSRC revised the set of questions and answers (Q&A) on regulatory requirements for guiding and regulating the financing behavior of listed companies. The aim is to further serve the development of the real economy, optimize the capital market resource allocation function, encourage technological innovation, and guide the regulation of listed companies' financing behavior. CSRC will comprehensively and strictly strengthen the supervision of listed companies' financing, maintain a good market order, effectively serve the supply-side structural reforms, protect the legitimate rights and interests of small and medium-sized investors, and better support the development of the real economy.
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