From the BBC Website (April 10th, 2014).

China’s regulator said it would allow mainland investors to trade shares in designated HK-listed firms. At the same time, Hong Kong investors will be allowed to buy shares in companies listed in Shanghai.

The chairman of the Hong Kong exchange called it a “breakthrough” for the opening up of China’s capital markets.
The pilot project will launch after a preparation period of about six months.

Daily quota

During the trial period, Hong Kong investment in Chinese stocks will be limited to a daily quota of 13bn yuan ($2bn; £1.2bn). Mainland investment in Hong Kong stocks will be limited to a daily quota of 10.5bn yuan.

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