After Two Month Suspension, China Again Approving Mutual Funds

China regulators put new mutual fund offerings on the back burner over the past two months in an attempt to cool down what appears to be an overheated market, but have just allowed ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management's Core Value Funds and Golden Eagle Asset Management's Component Stocks Preferred Funds to reopen, Shanghai Daily reports.

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