The Fund seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of large-, mid- and small-capitalization Pacific region equities. The Underlying Index may include large-, mid- or small-capitalization companies, and components primarily include consumer discretionary, financials and industrials companies.
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|Oil & Gas||1.03%|
|Papua New Guinea||0.08%|
|Name||iShares:Core MSCI Pac|
|Market Capitalization||46.03 B|
|Total Net Assets||1.06 K|
|Sub Asset Class||Pacific Region Funds|
|Number Of Holdings||1,492|
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