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NEW YORK/ SHANGHAI, June 9- U.S. index provider MSCI Inc said on Tuesday it will hold off including China- listed shares in one of its key benchmark indexes but expects them to be incorporated once outstanding market accessibility issues are resolved. "In our 2015 consultation, we learned that major investors around the world are eager for further liberalization...
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