China Tower, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, is among the 160 Hong Kong-listed mainland companies that are part of the full circulation programme. Photo: EPA-EFEChina Tower, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, is among the 160 Hong Kong-listed mainland companies that are part of the full circulation programme. Photo: EPA-EFE
China Tower, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, is among the 160 Hong Kong-listed mainland companies that are part of the full circulation programme. Photo: EPA-EFE

Chinese regulator’s expansion of H-share full circulation programme levels playing field for all investors

  • Bocom International and Shenwan Hongyuan say the sweeping reform will align the interests of major shareholders with that of small investors
  • The full circulation programme involves 160 companies and boosts Hong Kong stock exchange’s market cap by 4 per cent or US$210 billion

Topic |   Stocks
China Tower, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, is among the 160 Hong Kong-listed mainland companies that are part of the full circulation programme. Photo: EPA-EFEChina Tower, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, is among the 160 Hong Kong-listed mainland companies that are part of the full circulation programme. Photo: EPA-EFE
China Tower, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, is among the 160 Hong Kong-listed mainland companies that are part of the full circulation programme. Photo: EPA-EFE
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