Taking Stock 

A Star is born

Mark Robinson

A Star is born

This week saw the opening of the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s (SSE) Star Market, a trading platform populated by regional tech stocks, formulated along the lines of Nasdaq. For now, there are only a couple of dozen companies trading, but another 110 stocks have embarked on the listing process. Admission to the market doesn’t need to be rubber stamped by Beijing, but is subject to a western-style initial public offering (IPO) process, jointly set by the SSE and the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

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