Chinese companies seeking to sell shares abroad will have to juggle key rule changes from Friday, after the country’s regulators extended their oversight of overseas listings and Hong Kong’s stock exchange launched new rules designed to attract high-growth companies.
Here are those rules and what they mean for listings.
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