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China eases overseas listing rules, paving way for IPO rebound

The CSRC reiterated that Chinese companies seeking to sell shares abroad would have to register with the regulator after a transition period

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China’s securities regulator has toned down curbs on local companies seeking initial public offerings overseas just as the economic rebound sparks renewed interest in the country’s assets.
 
In the final rules published Friday, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said it would support the listing of firms with so-called variable interest entity structures if they are compliant, signaling a softening stance toward the country’s capital markets.
 
The CSRC reiterated that Chinese companies seeking to sell shares abroad would have to register with the regulator after a transition period. Firms would need to abide by China’s rules when disclosing personal

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First Published: Feb 17 2023 | 10:26 PM IST

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