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Hon Hai is moving into sectors beyond pure electronics assembly as growth in the global smartphone industry sputters.
Alibaba’s decision to hold its $25 billion initial share sale in New York three years ago spurred intense debate among bankers, brokers, exchange officials, investors and politicians about lifting a longstanding ban on stocks with dual voting structures.
Mainland firms including Alibaba and Baidu have chosen to have their shares traded in New York.
HK’s IPO vetting process has come under increased scrutiny after a series of high profile corporate blowups.
In recent years mainland firms including Alibaba, Weibo and Baidu have chosen New York.
International investors including BlackRock Inc. and the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan have voiced their concerns about moves to allow dual-class share listings in Singapore, saying they risk damaging the city’s stock market and harming the region. Dual-class shares will almost certainly prove to be counterproductive for Singapore and “likely trigger… Read more »
Cos will let GEM debut plans lapse after failing to meet listing conditions
The IPO of GME has even hardened market watchers scratching their heads.
Singapore is a few steps ahead.
The Hong Kong-based Carlyle Asia Growth Partners IV and CAGP IV Co-investment filed a winding-up petition against ATMU in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands this month, seeking to recoup their investments.