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China has announced its latest attempt to tame the stormy stock markets by introducing the circuit-breaker mechanism, which allows trading halts in times of market turbulence. A similarly controversial system, known as the cooling-off period, will soon be launched in Hong Kong. Will the new rules effectively curb volatility or only make it worse?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.