MSCI says capital controls and trading halts are foreign investors’ biggest concerns, and Chinese regulators need to have the determination to open up and allow easier access for international investors. Photo: AP

MSCI: China’s capital controls, trading halts are foreigners’ worries

MSCI has agreed to include only 5 per cent of free-floating stocks in 222 Chinese firms in its global index, and a 100 per cent inclusion could take five to 10 years, say investors

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MSCI says capital controls and trading halts are foreign investors’ biggest concerns, and Chinese regulators need to have the determination to open up and allow easier access for international investors. Photo: AP
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