Changes to the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) program in China will free up some of the country’s $2.25 trillion in household savings to move to overseas markets, the International Herald Tribune reports.

QDII allows Chinese investors to place money in overseas investment funds, but next year, China will run a trial program to allow Chinese investors to buy overseas stocks listed on the Hong Kong exchange.

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