The security is being delisted. The last day of trading on an exchange is March 13, 2024. CN captures large- and midcap stocks across all Chinese share classes including A-shares, B-shares, H-shares, Red Chips, P-chips and N-shares in one ETF wrapper. It accesses 2 key share classes indirectly. First, literal N-shares Chinese firms with primary listings in New York are out-of-bounds following an index change on Nov. 30 2015 to the MSCI China All Shares Index. However, N-share names (including Alibaba and Baidu) are now included in MSCIs broader EM universe and are accessed via depository receipts traded in China. Second, CN gets exposure to Chinas restricted A-share market a hefty chunk of the indexs weighting indirectly by holding, other Xtracker ETFs that invests in A-Shares directly, such as ASHR and ASHS with different construction methodologies than MSCI China A sub-index, which thus could pose tracking difficulties. Since CN isnt an RQFII ETF, it doesnt have a specific quota, although ASHR and ASHS have limits that change from time to time.