A-share accounts in China drop by half, but QFII hits new high

01/17/2013 | Caijing Magazine online

The total of 5.52 million A-share accounts opened last year in China was only about half the previous year's total as the market lagged behind others globally. The number marked a six-year low and was less than 10% of the record total recorded in 2007, according to figures from China Securities Depository and Clearing. However, China's new opening to qualified foreign institutional investors led to a historic high of 120 accounts in 2012.

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