One year on, bankers no closer to knowing when China listing moratorium will lift

Saturday marks the one year anniversary since China’s regulators banned mainland IPOs. While the stoppage was meant to be only temporary, one year on it seems no one is sure when the market will reopen and what the future holds for Chinese companies looking to list, writes Rev Hui.

  • By Rev Hui
  • 01 Nov 2013
To many observers at the time, the decision by the China Securities Regulatory Commission last November to suspend all new IPOs made sense in light of the many accounting irregularities that had plagued the market, giving a chance for problems to be fixed. And it was certainly not ...

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