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China will not ease government control over the stock market, said a new top securities official. Those controls include how stocks are offered for public sale. Government control over first-time stock offerings, known as initial public offerings or IPOs, will continue. Government-supported trading will also continue. Liu Shiyu is the new chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, or CSRC. The CSRC is the government agency that supervises China’s stock markets. Liu says that reforms in the IPO system will not take place anytime soon. And that supporting the reforms will require a process and time. Liu also says government-run organizations, which support the market during price drops, will continue to operate. China is open about its direct intervention in the market to support stock prices. The government-run China Securities Finance Corporation Limited has played a major part in supporting the stock market. This was especially true after stock prices on China’s major exchanges sharply dropped in June of last year. The fund reportedly has invested in almost 600 publicly traded companies. Johnny Fang is a stock expert with Shanghai-based Z-Ben Advisors. He says there has been improvement in the way IPOs have been approved in recent months. But, he says that Liu Shiyu still considers market stability very important.