Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city. Illustration: SCMP Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city. Illustration: SCMP
Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city. Illustration: SCMP

Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Is Alibaba’s mega listing in Hong Kong the prelude to an exodus of Chinese technology stocks from US capital markets?

  • Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city
  • Secondary listing could give mainland Chinese first chance to buy shares in some of China’s tech giants

Topic |   Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city. Illustration: SCMP Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city. Illustration: SCMP
Hong Kong changed its listing rules two years ago to lure more Chinese technology, biotechnology firms to the city. Illustration: SCMP
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