The Guangdong government unveiled a blueprint on Tuesday to boost the number of publicly listed companies from the province in the next four years. Photo: Xinhua The Guangdong government unveiled a blueprint on Tuesday to boost the number of publicly listed companies from the province in the next four years. Photo: Xinhua
The Guangdong government unveiled a blueprint on Tuesday to boost the number of publicly listed companies from the province in the next four years. Photo: Xinhua
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Guangdong unveils blueprint to double number of listed companies by 2025 as China’s richest province eyes capital market to retain edge

  • The southern Chinese province plans to have 1,500 companies listed on both onshore and offshore markets in next four years, up from 737 currently
  • Guangdong’s GDP rose 2.3 per cent last year to 11 trillion yuan (US$1.7 trillion), accounting for almost 10 per cent of China’s total GDP

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The Guangdong government unveiled a blueprint on Tuesday to boost the number of publicly listed companies from the province in the next four years. Photo: Xinhua The Guangdong government unveiled a blueprint on Tuesday to boost the number of publicly listed companies from the province in the next four years. Photo: Xinhua
The Guangdong government unveiled a blueprint on Tuesday to boost the number of publicly listed companies from the province in the next four years. Photo: Xinhua
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