Delegates of the listed companies pose for a group photo at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019 when the first batch of 25 companies on China's Sci-tech Innovation Board began trading. Photo: Xinhua

One year on, China’s vision for own Nasdaq-style technology board draws praises and disdain

  • Euphoria has waned on the Star Market as some stocks dipped below their IPO levels and investors flee from expensive valuations
  • Trade war, slowing economy and race for technology supremacy have cast a shadow over China’s latest push in capitalist market reforms
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Delegates of the listed companies pose for a group photo at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019 when the first batch of 25 companies on China's Sci-tech Innovation Board began trading. Photo: Xinhua
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