Brazilian miner markets HK listing, Sateri lays the ground

The Hong Kong listing of the Brazilian miner Vale, still pushing for introduction after getting stock exchange approval in October, could pave the way for future Brazilian incorporated companies to come to the market.

  • 18 Nov 2010

The approval for the Vale deal from the Hong Kong stock exchange states that the future application of Brazilian companies will be more streamlined and less detailed.

But Vale is up against several companies hoping to list before the end of the year, and there is no official ...

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