GDS Holdings, also known as Global Data Solutions, is the latest US-listed Chinese company to raise funds in Hong Kong amid rising threats by the United States to decouple its economy from China. Photo: Felix Wong GDS Holdings, also known as Global Data Solutions, is the latest US-listed Chinese company to raise funds in Hong Kong amid rising threats by the United States to decouple its economy from China. Photo: Felix Wong
GDS Holdings, also known as Global Data Solutions, is the latest US-listed Chinese company to raise funds in Hong Kong amid rising threats by the United States to decouple its economy from China. Photo: Felix Wong
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GDS Holdings: Alibaba, Tencent cloud data centre host views Hong Kong as hub for Southeast Asia

  • Shares of GDS Holdings, which raised US$1.6 billion from a secondary listing in Hong Kong, rose 2.6 per cent on its debut on Monday
  • Secondary listing in Hong Kong ensures that ‘there will be a liquid market for our shares in the long term’, according to chief financial officer Daniel Newman

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GDS Holdings, also known as Global Data Solutions, is the latest US-listed Chinese company to raise funds in Hong Kong amid rising threats by the United States to decouple its economy from China. Photo: Felix Wong GDS Holdings, also known as Global Data Solutions, is the latest US-listed Chinese company to raise funds in Hong Kong amid rising threats by the United States to decouple its economy from China. Photo: Felix Wong
GDS Holdings, also known as Global Data Solutions, is the latest US-listed Chinese company to raise funds in Hong Kong amid rising threats by the United States to decouple its economy from China. Photo: Felix Wong
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