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China – Making Chinese IPOs a bit more private (East Asia Forum)

Juan Du writes: The responses of Chinese regulators to initial public offerings (IPOs) by the country’s homegrown tech companies have made headlines beyond financial markets. With memories of the paused IPO and anti-trust investigations into Jack Ma’s Ant Group still fresh, regulators launched a series of investigations into Didi Global, China’s biggest ride-hailing company, within days of its IPO in New York on 30 June 2021

go to East Asia Forum: Making Chinese IPOs a bit more private (eastasiaforum.org)