According to a filing, db X-trackers Harvest China A-Shares Consumer Staples Sector Fund (NYSEArca: ASHP) will try to reflect the performance of the CSI 800 Consumer Staples Index, which tracks 800 of the most liquid consumer staples stocks in the China A-shares market.

Lastly, according to a filing, db X-trackers Harvest China A-Shares Consumer Discretionary Sector Fund (NYSEArca: ASHY) will try to reflect the performance of the CSI 800 Consumer Discretionary Index, which follows 800 of the most liquid consumer discretionary stocks in the China A-shares market.

Deutsche’s partnership with Harvest Fund Management, China’s second-largest asset manager, is a key element in the bank’s ability to offer A-shares ETFs that holds actual equities. [DB’s China A-Shares ETF Officially Debuts]

Harvest is a Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII), which means it meets Chinese regulatory requirements to be a foreign owner of A-shares. China’s A-shares trade in Shanghai and Shenzhen. [Exposure to Restricted A-Shares With ETFs]

In contrast, other China-related ETFs hold Chinese securities listed on Hong Kong or New York stock exchanges.

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Max Chen contributed to this article.