Chinese co-working space provider Ucommune considering Hong Kong IPO over longer term

Mao Daqing, founder and CEO of China’s most valuable co-working space start-up Ucommune, said he would consider an IPO for the firm in two or three years, with Hong Kong being a strong possibility after the city amended its listing rules to welcome more …
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