HKEX CEO on Hong Kong IPOs, as Netease, list amid US China tensions


NetEase Games logo is seen above the company’s booth one day before the 2019 China Digital Entertainment Expo & Conference (ChinaJoy) at Shanghai New International Expo Center on August 1, 2019 in Shanghai, China.

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There’s a “healthy” pipeline of Chinese companies listing in Hong Kong, and one key trend ahead will be more tech firms that will do so increasingly, business and government leaders in the city said Wednesday.

U.S.-listed Chinese gaming giant Netease launched its secondary listing in Hong Kong last week, raising $21.09 billion Hong Kong dollars ($2.7 billion). Chinese e-commerce firm also launched a secondary listing and is set to start trading in Hong…


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