An investor reads a newspaper at a securities company in Beijing in June 2017. The inclusion of Chinese stocks in the MSCI indices is expected to attract at least US$18 billion in foreign capital. Photo: AFP 
Aidan Yao
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Macroscope by Aidan Yao

Why MSCI’s inclusion of A shares should be a clarion call to foreign investors

Aidan Yao says although it may take years for the inclusion of A shares in the MSCI index to generate significant foreign capital inflows, the move is still worthwhile

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An investor reads a newspaper at a securities company in Beijing in June 2017. The inclusion of Chinese stocks in the MSCI indices is expected to attract at least US$18 billion in foreign capital. Photo: AFP 
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