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

Topic |   IPO
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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