CCBI predicts a flurry of industrials and consumer IPOs

A wave of Chinese industrial and consumer companies are set to debut in Hong Kong’s equity market next year, says China Construction Bank International Securities. The brokerage intends to add to its resources to gain more business in an increasingly competitive market.

  • 24 Nov 2010

Hong Kong’s stock exchange is set to witness a set of Chinese industrial and consumer companies initial public offerings (IPOs) next year, continuing the recent proliferation of new names from the mainland in recent months, according to Hong Kong’s top domestic brokerage.

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