CSRC last Friday said it is to allow companies registered in one of 592 impoverished regions nationwide to skip the 836-long waiting list of groups currently waiting to float in Shanghai or Shenzhen. Photo: May Tse CSRC last Friday said it is to allow companies registered in one of 592 impoverished regions nationwide to skip the 836-long waiting list of groups currently waiting to float in Shanghai or Shenzhen. Photo: May Tse
CSRC last Friday said it is to allow companies registered in one of 592 impoverished regions nationwide to skip the 836-long waiting list of groups currently waiting to float in Shanghai or Shenzhen. Photo: May Tse
Celia Chen
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Across The Border by Celia Chen

CSRC’s latest IPO plan: public folly or sensible policy?

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CSRC last Friday said it is to allow companies registered in one of 592 impoverished regions nationwide to skip the 836-long waiting list of groups currently waiting to float in Shanghai or Shenzhen. Photo: May Tse CSRC last Friday said it is to allow companies registered in one of 592 impoverished regions nationwide to skip the 836-long waiting list of groups currently waiting to float in Shanghai or Shenzhen. Photo: May Tse
CSRC last Friday said it is to allow companies registered in one of 592 impoverished regions nationwide to skip the 836-long waiting list of groups currently waiting to float in Shanghai or Shenzhen. Photo: May Tse
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Celia Chen

Celia Chen

Celia is a tech reporter for the Post, covering companies such as Tencent, JD.com and Foxconn. She also covers start-up news and China's tech world. Prior to joining the Post, she worked for China Daily.