Shanghai could see six intl listings in 2011: ECM head
The Shanghai Stock Exchange could finally begin to see some of the long-promised international listings next year, following rumours from the exchange. Chinese banks also look likely to issue more domestic equity, and could also conduct hybrid bonds.
China’s authorities may finally open the gates to a limited number of international companies listing their stocks onshore in 2011, predicts a head of regional equity capital markets at a leading investment bank.
The country had looked as if it was close to allowing some international companies to
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