Dual-currency IPOs just a gimmick? That’s a porky pie - opinion

If market talk is to be believed, China’s largest pork producer Shuanghui International is thinking about becoming the first company to list in both Hong Kong dollars and RMB. It should take the idea seriously. There is more to be gained than just extra paperwork.

  • By Lorraine Cushnie
  • 08 Jan 2014

Dual-currency listings in Hong Kong are not a new idea. The city's regulators first allowed them back in 2011 when it began jostling for position as the number one offshore RMB hub.

At the time, though, no-one was very impressed. Local media called it a lousy idea. Several ...

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