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China mulls giving access to tightly held HK stocks

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Chinese regulators are considering allowing mainland-based holders of Hong Kong-listed stocks to freely convert shares into H-shares, in a move that could open up swathes of liquidity in the city. Details are limited at this stage, but the decision would be a game changer for issuers and investors in Hong Kong’s equity market, market observers said this week.

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