Hong Kong has seen a flurry of high-demand health care IPOs lately. Photo: Getty Images Hong Kong has seen a flurry of high-demand health care IPOs lately. Photo: Getty Images
Hong Kong has seen a flurry of high-demand health care IPOs lately. Photo: Getty Images

Chinese radiotherapy company Hygeia Healthcare aims to raise up to US$400 million in Hong Kong IPO amid frenzy of demand for medical debuts

  • The deal comes amid a resurgence of investors’ appetite for IPOs, particularly for new issuers in the health care sector
  • Incidences of cancer in China, the highest globally, are expected to grow to 5.1 million by 2025, from 4.4 million last year

Topic |   IPO
Hong Kong has seen a flurry of high-demand health care IPOs lately. Photo: Getty Images Hong Kong has seen a flurry of high-demand health care IPOs lately. Photo: Getty Images
Hong Kong has seen a flurry of high-demand health care IPOs lately. Photo: Getty Images
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