Mainland Chinese companies listed on Hong Kong stock exchange account for 80 per cent of the bourse’s turnover. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mainland Chinese companies listed on Hong Kong stock exchange account for 80 per cent of the bourse’s turnover. Photo: Sam Tsang
HKEX

Global investors are looking past US-China spats to keep market reforms and growth potential in their sights, HKEX’s boss says

  • China attracted US$142 billion of foreign direct investments in the first 10 months this year, 23 per cent higher compared with a year ago
  • As China’s reforms continue to progress, international investors are becoming more closely integrated with the mainland market, says HKEX CEO Nicolas Aguzin

Topic |   HKEX
Mainland Chinese companies listed on Hong Kong stock exchange account for 80 per cent of the bourse’s turnover. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mainland Chinese companies listed on Hong Kong stock exchange account for 80 per cent of the bourse’s turnover. Photo: Sam Tsang
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