Chinese regulator denies resumption of IPOs

China said on Wednesday morning that the examination panel has yet to convene for new IPO, denying an immediate restart of IPO.

Flawed IPO reform crippling market: Experts

The CSRC should review its flawed IPO reforms and take corrective action before the next listing wave crushes an already shaky equity market, investors and analysts agree.


IPO rules overhauled for PE and VC firms

Private equity and venture capital firms will have to conduct their business differently in China in 2014, after regulators overhauled initial public offering rules.



Delivery firm cancels IPO

China Postal Express and Logistics Co Ltd, the State-owned express courier company, has withdrawn its application to go public amid strong competition from domestic rivals


Overseas Listing

Strong IPO lineup on US bourses

Two Chinese Internet stocks have seen their shares soar after debuting on US stock markets last week, reaffirming overseas investors' appetite for Chinese stocks.



IPOs can't happen too soon

As we approach the turn of the year and prepare to enter 2014, it is worth remembering that it was way back in October 2012 that the last initial public offering took place in China.



Seal of approval for new IPO rules

In late November, China decided to resume initial public offerings in January after a freeze of more than a year.

Along with the decision was a new set of rules governing the issuance of IPOs. The basic aim is to establish an IPO registration system that breaks away from the previous approval system.



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