The main board requires companies to have earned at least HK$50 million in the past three years and have a market value of HK$4 billion when listing. Photo: Edward Wong The main board requires companies to have earned at least HK$50 million in the past three years and have a market value of HK$4 billion when listing. Photo: Edward Wong
The main board requires companies to have earned at least HK$50 million in the past three years and have a market value of HK$4 billion when listing. Photo: Edward Wong

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The main board requires companies to have earned at least HK$50 million in the past three years and have a market value of HK$4 billion when listing. Photo: Edward Wong The main board requires companies to have earned at least HK$50 million in the past three years and have a market value of HK$4 billion when listing. Photo: Edward Wong
The main board requires companies to have earned at least HK$50 million in the past three years and have a market value of HK$4 billion when listing. Photo: Edward Wong
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