Hong Kong Exchange Sets Timetable for Listing Rule Changes
Hong Kong set the timetable for the widely expected listing rules change to allow companies with the controversial dual-class share structure to list on its bourse, aiming to release the amendment as early as late April.
This would be at least two months sooner than the original plan. Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. (HKEX), the operator of the bourse, in January had predicted that it could start accepting applications of initial public offerings (IPOs) of companies with dual-class share structures starting in June.
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