The Shanghai Stock Exchange started accepting IPO applications from companies seeking listing on the new tech board from March 23. Photo: Reuters The Shanghai Stock Exchange started accepting IPO applications from companies seeking listing on the new tech board from March 23. Photo: Reuters
The Shanghai Stock Exchange started accepting IPO applications from companies seeking listing on the new tech board from March 23. Photo: Reuters
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Chinese start-ups join rush to launch IPOs on Shanghai exchange’s new tech board

  • 89 companies have submitted documents in the month since the bourse started accepting applications, with plans to raise a total of US$13.4 billion
  • China Railway Signal & Communication’s application to raise 10.5 billion yuan is the largest so far

Topic |   IPO
The Shanghai Stock Exchange started accepting IPO applications from companies seeking listing on the new tech board from March 23. Photo: Reuters The Shanghai Stock Exchange started accepting IPO applications from companies seeking listing on the new tech board from March 23. Photo: Reuters
The Shanghai Stock Exchange started accepting IPO applications from companies seeking listing on the new tech board from March 23. Photo: Reuters
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