China targets offshore IPO structure, to require ministry approval -sources
Reuters, 09 July 2021
China’s securities regulator is setting up a team to review plans by Chinese companies for initial public offerings (IPOs) abroad, sources with knowledge of the matter said, including those using a corporate structure which Beijing says has led to abuse.
Chinese companies looking to list offshore will also need approval from the relevant ministry, the sources told Reuters, in a break from a decades-old arrangement that did not require them to seek a formal go-ahead from any authorities in China. Continue reading “Article: China targets offshore IPO structure, to require ministry approval -sources”
Didi Loses $22 Billion in Market Cap After China Crackdown
Divya Balji and Filipe Pacheco, 06 July 2021
Didi Global Inc. plunged in premarket trading after a Chinese regulator ordered the removal of the company’s platform from app stores, days after a $4.4 billion initial public offering in the U.S.
Shares of the China-based tech firm fell as much as 30% to $10.90, wiping out about $22 billion of market value and taking the stock below the $14 IPO price. They traded at $12.17 as of 6 a.m. in New York. Continue reading “Article: Interpol issues red notice for Guptas and associates”