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An aerial view shows Shanghai's new financial district skyline along the Huang Pu river. (REUTERS)
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CPPIB forges stronger ties in China with pension agreement Add to ...

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The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is targeting stronger ties to China through a new agreement with a large state group.

The manager of the country’s largest pension fund signed a memorandum of understanding with China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country’s economic planning department, in Ottawa on Thursday. Under the agreement, the CPPIB will offer guidance on pension reform and other governance matters to a country facing an aging population and a long recovery from the one-child policy. The board will also seek opportunities to broaden its investments in an increasingly desirable market.

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