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The China Securities Regulatory Commission is preparing IPO reforms that would allow market forces, rather than regulators, to dictate the key terms of future listings.
Online retailer LightInTheBox brightened spirits with the first US listing from a Chinese company in more than six months, pointing to a tentative revival of US investor interest in China-related stocks.
Shanghai-listed China Everbright Bank Co Ltd has filed an application for a Hong Kong share sale of about US$2bn, according to sources familiar with the plans.
- China property in IPO push
- Coal listings in limbo
- HKEx gets tough on cornerstones
- PRC issuers eye Asian return
- China property blocks disappoint
- China: New issuer agrees sky-high fee
- Hong Kong lures smaller Chinese banks