China’s State Council has called for further measures to crack down on insider trading as the domestic market structures become more complex, state media reported. "The effort to crack down on insider trading in the country’s capital market is faced with a serious situation as it has become more hidden and complex since the trading launch of stock index futures," the State Council said. According to a statement on its website, the measures to be finalized include ensuring confidentiality of non-public information about listed companies, regulating government officials who have access to such information and requiring people with privileged market-moving information to be registered. Disclosure requirements for listed companies and rules regarding trading suspension should also be improved.
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