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BEIJING: China's securities regulator said on Sunday that Beijing's recent policy moves were not aimed at specific industries or private firms, and were not necessarily linked to companies seeking to list in overseas markets.
HONG KONG: China is planning to ban companies from going public on foreign stock markets through variable interest entities (VIEs), according to people familiar with the matter, closing a loophole long used by the country’s technology industry to raise capital from overseas investors.
Beijing on Wednesday denied a report that it was looking to plug a loophole used by Chinese tech companies to go public on foreign stock markets.
BEIJING: A cohort of companies making their debut on Beijing’s first-ever stock exchange rallied on the first day of trading and this is welcome news to Chinese leaders who have been fighting an uphill battle to drive funding for small business.
NUMBERS don’t lie, you just need to be looking at the right ones.
SHANGHAI/LONDON (Reuters): Numbers don't lie, you just need to be looking at the right ones.
New Securities and Exchange Commission rule threatens hundreds of Chinese businesses trading on US marketsRegulation is latest step in Washington’s broader pursuit of financial decoupling from Beijing
BEIJING: China’s top regulators defended their market-roiling crackdown on various industries in a meeting with Wall Street executives, while reassuring them the stricter rules aren’t aimed at stifling technology companies or the private sector.