Lei Jun, founder and chief executive of Xiaomi during a product launch in Beijing. The Chinese smartphone maker could IPO as soon as next year, which might value the company at more than US$50 billion. This would make it the third-largest technology IPO in history. Photo: Reuters

With IPO rules reboot, Hong Kong is primed for 2018’s big China technology listings

Proposal to allow dual-class shares will boost city’s competitiveness vis-à-vis New York

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Lei Jun, founder and chief executive of Xiaomi during a product launch in Beijing. The Chinese smartphone maker could IPO as soon as next year, which might value the company at more than US$50 billion. This would make it the third-largest technology IPO in history. Photo: Reuters
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