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China Consumer eCommerce Opportunity: KWEB- KraneShares China Internet UCITS ETF

Chinese retail web sales totaled US$1.14 trillion in 2017 (over twice as much as the United States), and online shopping accounted for 19.6% of all retail purchases. Despite the massive size of China’s online retail market, it still has room to grow, with an internet penetration rate of only 57.7% as opposed to 88.5% in the United States.

KraneShares Chief Investment Officer, Brendan Ahern, provides an introduction to the growing China Internet sector and the KraneShares CSI China Internet UCITS ETF (ticker: KWEB), now available on the London Stock Exchange.
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    Brendan Ahern, Chief Investment Officer & Dr. Xiaolin Chen, Head of International
    Chinese retail web sales totaled US$1.14 trillion in 2017 (over twice as much as the United States), and online shopping accounted for 19.6% of all retail purchases. Despite the massive size of China’s online retail market, it still has room to grow, with an internet penetration rate of only 57.7% as opposed to 88.5% in the United States.

    KraneShares Chief Investment Officer, Brendan Ahern, provides an introduction to the growing China Internet sector and the KraneShares CSI China Internet UCITS ETF (ticker: KWEB), now available on the London Stock Exchange.
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