MSCI says competition issues could keep China "A" shares out of EM index

HONG KONG, March 31 (Reuters) - Index provider MSCI Inc said on Wednesday that alleged anti-competitive behaviour by China's exchanges may keep mainland Chinese shares out of a major investment benchmark, adding to the hurdles China must jump before its stocks can be admitted.
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