Asian Lawyer

Hong Kong and Shanghai Debut Cross-Market Share Trading

The two cities have launched a pilot trading system that gives foreign investors direct access to Chinese A-shares for the first time.

Firms

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Deals

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    *HSF leads $1.2 billion transfer of power assets within state-run China Huaneng Group
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  • Asian Lawyer

    Hong Kong and Shanghai Debut Cross-Market Share Trading

    By Nick Ferguson

    The two cities have launched a pilot trading system that gives foreign investors direct access to Chinese A-shares for the first time.

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