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The fund invests principally in equity securities quoted on stock exchanges in the Greater China region, which includes Hong Kong, China and Taiwan. This region includes certain countries considered to be emerging markets. The fund may invest its net assets directly in China A and B Shares.
A minimum of 50% of the funds net assets will be invested in securities deemed to maintain sustainable characteristics, as described in the section entitled 1.3.2(a) Fidelity Sustainable Investing Framework above. The fund will consider a wide range of environmental and social characteristics on an ongoing basis. Environmental characteristics include but are not limited to climate change mitigation and adaptation, water and waste management, biodiversity, while social characteristics include but are not limited to product safety, supply chain, health and safety and human rights. Environmental and social characteristics are analysed by Fidelitys fundamental analysts and rated through Fidelity Sustainability Ratings.
The fund is actively managed. The Investment Manager will, when selecting investments for the fund and for the purposes of monitoring risk consider the MSCI Golden Dragon Index (the Index) as the Index constituents are representative of the type of companies the fund invests in. When monitoring risk, the Investment Manager may reference the Index for the purpose of setting internal guidelines. These guidelines represent overall levels of exposure relative to the Index. Where the fund invests in securities that are included in the Index, its allocation to those securities is likely to differ from the Index allocation.