Electronics maker Cal-Comp delays $125m Philippine IPO due to market conditions

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Investor concerns about high inflation and worsening China-U.S. trade tensions have weighed on the Philippines’ broader stock index. It has fallen 15 percent this year, the worst performer in Southeast Asia.

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Chinese medical researcher WuXi AppTec said to file for $1b HK offering

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WuXi AppTec, which previously traded on the New York Stock Exchange, was taken private in 2015 in a $3.3 billion deal by founder Ge Li and a group of investors including Ally Bridge Group and Hillhouse Capital.


Thai beverage maker Osotspa sets price for IPO, aims to raise $463m

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The IPO proceeds will be used to expand its overseas operations, including setting up a plant in Myanmar.


China’s hotpot chain Haidilao raises $963m in Hong Kong IPO

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Haidilao plans to use the proceeds to fund its international expansion into markets including the United Kingdom and Canada.


China’s Huatai, Bluestar said to explore UK listings

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Chinese authorities have been preparing a trading link with the U.K. as part of a broader effort to increase access to the country’s financial system.


Chinese online drugstore 111 Inc raises $100.5m in US IPO

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Shanghai-based online drugstore 111 Inc has raised $100.5 million in a scaled-back initial public offering in the US.


As trading debut looms, China’s Meituan locked in battle of super-apps

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The delivery platform is squaring off with Alibaba-backed rivals Alipay, Ele.me and Koubei as well as Tencent’s own WeChat.


Bharti Airtel picks banks for London IPO of Africa business

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The Africa business represents just over a quarter of the revenue of the listed entity, which has a $20 billion market capitalisation.


Tencent-backed Qutoutiao more than doubles in US trading debut

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Qutoutiao is the 25th Asia-based company to list on New York exchanges this year to raise a combined $7.4 billion in IPOs.


HK’s CK Infrastructure said to weigh listing of UK assets

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The Asian investor built a stable of British infrastructure assets ranging from sewage to gas to rail over the last decade.