Through the QFII system, foreign investors are able to access Chinese A-shares, which trade on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Shenzen Stock Exchange and are typically only available to mainland citizens. A-shares are also only quoted in the Chinese renminbi currency. [Another Creation Limit for an A-Shares ETF]
Unlike other China ETFs, these A-Shares ETFs track companies listed in China’s stock exchange, whereas the other options track companies listed on Hong Kong or U.S. exchanges. [Explosive Growth for Single-Country ETFs]
db X-trackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares Fund
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Max Chen contributed to this article.