A sign for Star Market, China's new Nasdaq-style tech board, is seen before the listing ceremony of the first batch of companies at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019. Photo: Reuters A sign for Star Market, China's new Nasdaq-style tech board, is seen before the listing ceremony of the first batch of companies at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019. Photo: Reuters
A sign for Star Market, China's new Nasdaq-style tech board, is seen before the listing ceremony of the first batch of companies at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Chaoping Zhu
Opinion

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Chaoping Zhu

How stock market reforms will drive China tech investment and innovation

  • At the heart of the reforms are updates to registration-based public offering rules intended to make it easier for tech companies to list on local exchanges
  • These initiatives should attract fast-growing tech companies, drive the allure of home-grown bourses and galvanise investment opportunities in China

A sign for Star Market, China's new Nasdaq-style tech board, is seen before the listing ceremony of the first batch of companies at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019. Photo: Reuters A sign for Star Market, China's new Nasdaq-style tech board, is seen before the listing ceremony of the first batch of companies at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019. Photo: Reuters
A sign for Star Market, China's new Nasdaq-style tech board, is seen before the listing ceremony of the first batch of companies at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on July 22, 2019. Photo: Reuters
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