Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Most of China’s prospective technology start-ups have received foreign venture funding because of these investors’ bigger appetite for innovative and risky businesses. Photo: Reuters
Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Most of China’s prospective technology start-ups have received foreign venture funding because of these investors’ bigger appetite for innovative and risky businesses. Photo: Reuters
IPO

Days after go-ahead for VIE structures, Beijing releases ‘negative list’ to tighten grip on overseas IPOs by strategically sensitive firms

  • Firms in industries on the list will have to obtain a waiver from regulators before proceeding with IPOs overseas
  • The negative list ‘will play a bigger role than the CSRC’s registration system’ in companies’ listing plans, Shanghai lawyer says

Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Most of China’s prospective technology start-ups have received foreign venture funding because of these investors’ bigger appetite for innovative and risky businesses. Photo: Reuters
Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Most of China’s prospective technology start-ups have received foreign venture funding because of these investors’ bigger appetite for innovative and risky businesses. Photo: Reuters
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