On August 2, Great Wall Motors (GWM) and automobile retailer Inchcape Group announced that they have entered into a partnership involving the joint development of the new energy vehicle markets in Hong Kong and Macau.
Alibaba announced on August 4 that Irene Yun-Lien Lee, Chairman of Hysan Development Company Limited, and Albert Kong Ping Ng, former Chairman of Ernst & Young China, were appointed as independent directors to the company's board.
According to the announcement on Shenzhen Stock Exchange on July 29, SenseTime, a leading AI enterprise in China, has been added into the list of stocks that can be traded through the Hong Kong Stock Connect platform.
Kingsoft Cloud formally submitted an application on July 27 for a dual primary listing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx). The company expects to be dual-listed on the Nasdaq and the HKEx upon the completion of the listing.
Alibaba Group announced on July 26 that its board of directors has authorized the company’s management to apply for a primary listing on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx).
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Soulgate Inc., the operator of social networking app Soul, filed an application for a public listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) on Thursday, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and CICC serving as co-sponsors.
Yoho Group, an e-commerce startup based in Hong Kong, listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Friday.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi announced on Monday that it will delist from the New York Stock Exchange. Didi plans to file Form 25 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on or after June 2.
Bilibili, a Chinese video streaming platform, has applied to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) for the proposed voluntary conversion of its secondary listing status on April 29, 2022, receiving formal approval.
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In this op-ed, tuzhuxi argues that Hong Kong lacks the necessary political, social and cultural foundations to execute the “Dynamic Zero-Covid” strategy, and meanwhile it dares not perform the “lying flat” policy to coexist with the virus.
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Xpeng’s shares rose 1.8% at the opening of trading to reach 168 Hong Kong dollars a piece, as the company carried out a dual primary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
On June 29, Airstar Bank Limited, a Hong Kong-based virtual bank, announced on its website that Alain Lam, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Xiaomi Corporation, had succeeded Lei Jun as Chairman of the Board of Directors as of June 23, 2021.
Directed by Derek Tsang, the youth melodrama film “Better Days“ (2019) landed a nomination for Best International Feature at the 93rd Academy Awards.
Viral Chinese short video sharing platform Kuaishou passed the listing hearing of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) on the afternoon of Jan. 14, and the Tencent-backed company plans to publicly trade on HKEX on Feb. 5.
JD.com's heath-care arm JD Health started trading on the Hong Kong markets on Dec. 8 and shares surged as much as 75% as of press time.
Chinese private education giant New Oriental Education & Technology Group (NYSE: EDU) officially started trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Nov. 10.
Chinese tea beverage chains HeyTea and Nayuki Tea & Bakery are looking to be listed in Hong Kong next year, respectively aiming to raise $400-500 million, according to a report by The Paper.