Weibo CEO Charles Chao (centre) celebrates moments after Weibo began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange on April 17, 2014 in New York. The company is seeking a secondary listing in Hong Kong this month. Photo: AFP
Weibo CEO Charles Chao (centre) celebrates moments after Weibo began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange on April 17, 2014 in New York. The company is seeking a secondary listing in Hong Kong this month. Photo: AFP
IPO

Hong Kong listings for Weibo, SenseTime, NetEase’s music app seen as test case for China’s new cybersecurity rules

  • Three Chinese tech companies are poised to float their shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange this month
  • Their planned listings come after Beijing proposed new rules requiring cybersecurity reviews for certain offshore IPOs, including in Hong Kong

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Weibo CEO Charles Chao (centre) celebrates moments after Weibo began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange on April 17, 2014 in New York. The company is seeking a secondary listing in Hong Kong this month. Photo: AFP
Weibo CEO Charles Chao (centre) celebrates moments after Weibo began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange on April 17, 2014 in New York. The company is seeking a secondary listing in Hong Kong this month. Photo: AFP
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