China IPOs Boost Hong Kong Exchange

Platt, Gordon
January 2007
Global Finance;Jan2007, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p62
Trade Publication
The article reports on the benefits of the initial public offerings of some big state-owned banks and industrial companies of China to the stock exchange in Hong Kong. According to some business experts, China's privatization has made Hong Kong's exchange raised about $35 billion in initial public offering in the first three quarter of 2006. Hong Kong then became the second placer to London in the new listing however, ahead of New York's $30 billion, according to Thomson Financial.


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