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At least six Chinese developers are preparing to launch Hong Kong IPOs later this year, in the hope that an international listing will give them access to a wider range of funding markets.
Restrictions on foreign ownership in China’s coal sector look set to rekindle interest in the controversial variable-interest-entity structure among companies working on overseas listings.
The use of cornerstone investments in Hong Kong IPOs is coming under closer scrutiny from the city’s stock exchange, and not all dealmakers are happy about it.
- PRC issuers eye Asian return
- China property blocks disappoint
- China: New issuer agrees sky-high fee
- Hong Kong lures smaller Chinese banks
- China: Vanke builds on B to H template
- Early momentum for PICC float
- EQUITIES: PICC sets price range in US$3.6bn HK IPO