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  • China Telecom wins approval for year's largest IPO

    China Telecom wins approval for year's largest IPO

    China Telecom Corp has got the nod from the Chinese securities regulator for a Shanghai listing which, if launched in the second half, could set the record for the largest IPO in the world this year.

  • Suning.com shares rally on $1.4bn govt-led injection

    Suning.com shares rally on $1.4bn govt-led injection

    An investor consortium led by the local government of Jiangsu has agreed to channel Rmb8.82bn ($1.36bn) into troubled Chinese electric appliance retailer Suning.com, giving a boost to the company’s share price.

  • China’s first public Reits rise on debut

    China’s first public Reits rise on debut

    The first batch of nine public infrastructure real estate investment trust (Reits) in China made their trading debuts on Monday to a strong showing from investors.

  • Pharmaron reopens RMB-linked CB market

    Pharmaron reopens RMB-linked CB market

    Pharmaron Beijing Co brought the first renminbi-linked but dollar settled convertible bond to the market in nearly five years this week, raising $600m from the dual tranche deal. Bankers called it a ‘smashing success’ and said the issue pipeline from the pharmaceutical sector is strengthening. Rashmi Kumar reports.

  • China’s first public Reits see strong turnout

    China’s first public Reits see strong turnout

    Institutional and retail investors were in hot pursuit of China’s first nine infrastructure real estate investment trust (Reits) this week, as Beijing begins to develop the trillion-renminbi market.

  • BofA adds to TMT team in Hong Kong

    BofA adds to TMT team in Hong Kong

    Bank of America has hired a Hong Kong-based director in its technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) team, GlobalCapital has learnt.

  • China tightens Star market listing rules

    China tightens Star market listing rules

    The Chinese securities regulator and the Shanghai bourse have boosted requirements on Star market IPO candidates’ technology credentials, banning the listing of financial and investment companies and tightening scrutiny on financial technology firms.

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