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Some USD66 billion funds will flow......>

CHINA PRESS: Some USD66 billion funds will flow into the A-share market if the
MSCI Inc. proposals announced Wednesday are to implemented, Shanghai Securities
News reported, citing Guan Zhengbin, head of the Asia-Pacific research
department of MSCI. 
  - MSCI is considering increasing the weight of China's mainland shares in its
global indexes, with the yuan-denominated stocks up to 20% from 5% of the
indexes, the newspaper said; 
  - MSCI also proposes the inclusion of ChiNext board -- in which China's tech
companies are heavily listed -- in the indexes from next year, and mid-cap
stocks from 2020, the newspaper said; 
  - The MSCI team will further discuss the decision with clients and will
finalise plans by Feb 20 next year, Xie told the newspaper.

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