The last listing by a Chinese company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) was in 2017. Photo: Shutterstock The last listing by a Chinese company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) was in 2017. Photo: Shutterstock
The last listing by a Chinese company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) was in 2017. Photo: Shutterstock

China-Australia relations: Covid-19 probe spat adds to tiny capital pool to make Down Under the no-go market for Chinese IPOs

  • Relations have frayed after Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an independent investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus
  • But even before tensions arose over the pandemic, Chinese companies were not opting for Australian listings because the market lacks liquidity

Topic |   China-Australia relations
The last listing by a Chinese company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) was in 2017. Photo: Shutterstock The last listing by a Chinese company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) was in 2017. Photo: Shutterstock
The last listing by a Chinese company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) was in 2017. Photo: Shutterstock
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