Ant Group’s US$34.5 billion dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai – expected to go public this week – will be the world’s largest stock market debut ever. Photo: Reuters
Ant Group’s US$34.5 billion dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai – expected to go public this week – will be the world’s largest stock market debut ever. Photo: Reuters

Ant IPO: how US-China trade tensions are driving foreign investment in world’s largest public offering

  • Pipeline of Chinese technology firm IPOs drawing strong foreign interest despite threats of American financial sanctions
  • Analysts say scepticism is mounting over whether investment curbs by the United States on portfolio flows into China will materialise any time soon

Topic |   China economy
Ant Group’s US$34.5 billion dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai – expected to go public this week – will be the world’s largest stock market debut ever. Photo: Reuters
Ant Group’s US$34.5 billion dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai – expected to go public this week – will be the world’s largest stock market debut ever. Photo: Reuters
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