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  • China Central Television helicopter flies over Chinese national flag in Tiananmen Square

    China IPO 'breakthrough' gets mixed reviews

    Top News | 14 June 2013

    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.

  • China

    Textbook China IPO breaks US drought

    Top News | 07 June 2013

    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.

  • China Everbright Bank

    China Everbright Bank files for up to US$2bn HK listing

    Capital City | 29 May 2013

    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

    China property in IPO push

    Top News | 12 April 2013

    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.

  • Coal listings in limbo

    Equities | 22 March 2013

    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 company logo of Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEx) is displayed outside its exhibition hall in Hong Kong

    HKEx gets tough on cornerstones

    Equities | 01 March 2013

    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.

  • Hong Kong

    PRC issuers eye Asian return

    Top News | 08 February 2013

    Dairy company Feihe International, one of several PRC issuers delisting from US bourses, is expected to be the first to relist in Asia to secure a better valuation. Feihe may well succeed, but others that follow may find Asian exchanges just as forbidding as those in the US.

  • Logo of PanAsialum Holding Company

    China: New issuer agrees sky-high fee

    Equities | 25 January 2013

    PanAsialum, which supplies aluminium components for Apple’s iPad, has agreed to an unusually high underwriting fee for its Hong Kong IPO of up to HK$1.35bn (US$174m).

  • The national flag flies from the top of the National Museum of China

    China property blocks disappoint

    Top News | 25 January 2013

    Evergrande Real Estate may have revived interest in Chinese property, but the two overnight share placements that followed last week showed that equities investors have yet to regain full confidence in the sector.

  • A man smokes in front of the entrance of a Haitong Securities brokerage house in Shanghai

    Hong Kong lures smaller Chinese banks

    People & Markets | 18 January 2013

    More Chinese banks are looking to s

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