CORRECTED-China, HK stocks climb as Beijing pledges to further open financial sector

SHANGHAI, April 11 (Reuters) – China and Hong Kong stocks rose on Wednesday, led by financial firms, as the market welcomed Beijing’s pledge to further open the country’s financial sector to foreign investors. On the mainland, the CSI300 index advanced …
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