China’s Qingdao Haier targets to raise $464m from first German share sale A Haier refrigerator is seen on sale at an appliance store in Colorado | REUTERS/Rick Wilking Julie Zhu, Julia Fioretti October 12, 2018 Premium Chinese home appliances maker Qingdao Haier is looking to raise up to 400 million euros ($464 million) in the first so-called D-share sale in Frankfurt by a Chinese company. Continue reading this story with a subscription to DealStreetAsia. Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Should your colleagues be reading this article too? Contact us for corporate subscriptions at email@example.com. Just-In Trending Hong Kong exchange to acquire majority stake in Chinese fintech firm Warburg Pincus-backed Jinxin Fertility files for HK IPO GLP picks 10% stake in Chinese real estate firm Vantone ESR Australia makes offer to fully acquire Propertylink Allianz expands VC fund to $1.1b for tech, insurance investments GOJEK-backed Bangladeshi ride-hailing app Pathao seeks up to $50m in Series B round China’s JD.com to lay off 10% of senior executives this year Fortis fraud may exceed $280m, says India’s fraud investigation office Khazanah asks Malaysia Airlines to produce turnaround plan Singapore health-tech firm See-Mode raises $1m from Cocoon Capital, others You are subscribed to our mailing list.