CSRC’s latest bevy of IPO rules cause more confusion

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By Clare Hammond
03 Apr 2014

China’s hands-on approach to IPO reform shows commitment, but if the regulator does not stop changing the goalposts, it will risk confusing and damaging the market, say commentators.

The A-share IPO market reopened this week, as the China Securities Regulatory Commission gave 27 companies approval to list, following a two month hiatus. 

The news has been met with a mixed response. It is the second time the A-share IPO market has reopened this year, after a ...

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