China is simply too large of an investment opportunity to miss, so it could be time for investors to consider adding a separate, specific allocation to their portfolio. But the market is notoriously hard to navigate. However, MSCI recently announced it will quadruple the weight of securities from the MSCI China A Inclusion Index in their Global Standard Indexes from 5% to 20% in three tranches, starting at the end of May and concluding in November. On top of adding 253 large-cap China A shares, MSCI will expand its coverage to include 168 medium-sized corporates for the first time. The inclusion of 27 stocks from ChiNext is also a sign of further diversification in the future, with the addition of securities from growth sectors such as IT and healthcare. Is your China strategy up to date and ready to take advantage of the moment? Learn about the ETFs that could be a game changer for you.