|Hang Seng China Enterprises Index|
|Alternative Chinese name|
Hang Seng China Enterprises Index is a stock market index of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong for H share only. H share is a class of ordinary share of the mainland China incorporated company that only traded outside the mainland China; all of these companies were majority owned by the central or regional Chinese government. In contrast, civilian-run enterprises of the mainland China listed their companies in Hong Kong using "foreign"-incorporated holding companies as P chip (either Bermuda, the Cayman Islands or Hong Kong); those using the same method but majority owned by the central or regional Chinese government, was known as red chip; red chip had their own separated index.
In August 2017, it was announced that the index would be reformed, which P chip and red chip would be added to the index in 2018.
Some of the constituents of Hang Seng China Enterprises Index was also the constituents of Hang Seng Index.
As of Jun 8, 2018 there are 50 constituent stocks. 
- Hang Seng Index - blue chip index of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong
- Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index - index for Red chip of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong
- 國指納紅籌民企 篩走急升股 騰訊中移動熱門 分5次增權重至10%. Ming Pao (in Chinese). Hong Kong: Media Chinese International. 18 August 2017. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
- Hang Seng China Enterprises Index constituent stocks. Extracted 2018-06-09
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