Start-ups listed on Beijing’s ‘new third board’ eye Hong Kong IPOs

A number of Chinese start-ups trading on National Equities Exchange and Quotations, or Beijing’s “new third board”, are eyeing flotations in Hong Kong after the city launched new listing rules this week, according to lawyers and bankers. “Some of …
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