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(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong is considering easing some listing requirements for large, advanced technology firms that are currently not eligible in an effort to help them meet capital needs for research and development, according to the city’s top financial official.Most Read from BloombergBlinken Says Meeting With Lavrov Is Canceled: Ukraine UpdatePorsches, Lamborghinis Lost at Sea May Cost VW $155 MillionLeissner Says Lover Blackmailed Him Into Buying $10 Million HomeU.S. Condemns Russian Move at
Among many negative factors for DiDi Global, DIDI stock will be delisted from the NYSE, a prime reason to avoid it.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre breaks down how markets opened on Friday.
China's foreign listing regulations that mandate cybersecurity reviews apply to Hong Kong, experts say
Chinese companies handling data from more than 1 million users are required to go through a cybersecurity review if they want to list overseas, and that includes Hong Kong, according to an assessment endorsed by China's cyberspace watchdog. The conclusion, included in the "expert views" that the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published on its website, shows how the regulator is empowering itself to be a key gatekeeper of overseas listings even though the new law, which came into effect
Grab's purchase of grocer Jaya Foods gives it heft and a financial ally it needs as it resumes its growth trajectory.
Ride-hailing giant Didi Global plans to delist from the New York Stock Exchange and launch a share offering in Hong Kong as early as the second quarter. Its success will provide a template for other Chinese companies looking to make the switch.Currently, there are more than 200 mainland Chinese companies listed on US exchanges, which have come under increasing scrutiny from US regulators, right from their accounting standards to alleged ties to the military and use of forced labour in the…
VOA reported that more Chinese companies are gearing up for an initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) right after the Lunar New Year. This move perhaps indicates that some Chinese companies ignored the reminders and warnings of Chinese regulators last year when they forced Didi Global Inc. to delist from […]
China's first initial public offering in New York in seven months lands with a bang as Meihua's shares jump 29 per cent on trading debut
Chinese disposable medical devices maker Meihua International Medical Technologies, the first mainland company to list in the United States in the seven months since Beijing's regulatory crackdown began in July last year, jumped 29 per cent on its trading debut overnight in New York. The Jiangsu-based company closed at US$12.92 on the Nasdaq, 29 per cent higher than its offering price of US$10. Its market value stood at US$305 million. Meihua's strong debut might suggest foreign investors still
Medical-device maker Meihua raised $36 million with its initial public offering. The most recent previous offering of a Chinese firm in the U.S. was in October.
(Bloomberg) -- Medical device maker Meihua International Medical Technologies Co. rose 29% in its trading debut after the first U.S. initial public offering by a China-based company since the July regulatory backlash sparked by Didi Global Inc.’s listing.Most Read from BloombergStocks Edge Higher With Fed Hiking Bets Steady: Markets WrapHong Kong to Test Whole City for Covid With Beijing’s HelpJho Low’s Wild Nights on Display: $250,000 for DiCaprio, FoxFed Eyes Rate Hike Soon and Faster Tighteni