Sharp falls in Hong Kong-listed shares mean investors are now increasing their exposure to China via this route, even as the onshore market opens up further to foreign investment.
Over the past month, pro-Democracy protests have spooked investors holding Hong Kong-listed companies, with the Hang Seng index down 7.6%. The index is almost entirely populated by companies which derive...
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