Will Hong Kong Spark A Race To The Bottom In IPO Rules? – Nikkei Asian Review

HONG KONG (Oct 18) — Jack Ma Yun dealt Hong Kong’s stock exchange a blow that it still hasn’t recovered from when he chose New York for Alibaba’s initial public offering in 2014, giving the Big Apple bragging rights to hosting the largest-ever technology …
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