On July 15th, Sunwoda released a proposal regarding the spin-off of its subsidiary, Sunwoda EVB, for listing on the ChiNext board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Logory Logistics, a digital freight platform, was officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on March 9. The company offered 43.211 million shares globally at a price of HK $2.9 per share and raised approximately HK $125 million.
Easou Technology, a digital reading business headquartered in Shenzhen, recently submitted an application for listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with BOC International as the exclusive sponsor.
Leading Chinese lidar firm Hesai Technology listed on the Nasdaq on February 9. However, it was not easy for Hesai to get listed and Chinese companies will still face many challenges when seeking a US listing this year.
Following the listing of Waterdrop on the NYSE in 2021, nearly two years later, another Chinese insurance technology company, Cheche Group, announced that it would complete its listing in the United States within this year.
Leading Chinese lidar firm Hesai Technology submitted a prospectus on January 17 in preparation for its listing on the Nasdaq under stock code "HSAI."
Apollo Future Mobility, a Hong Kong-listed company, announced on January 12 that it would acquire a subsidiary of Chinese automaker WM Motor for $2.02 billion. This is a strong indication of WM Motor's plan to carry out a public listing through a reverse takeover.
On December 26, BaiJiaYun officially listed on the Nasdaq with the stock symbol of "RTC", becoming the first Chinese company in the audio and video SaaS field to debut in the US.
WM Motor, which is still looking for new financing channels, plans to list in Hong Kong through a reverse takeover with Apollo Smart Travel, the latter of which is mainly engaged in the travel business, vehicle platform authorization and engineering service outsourcing.
Since Honor announced the completion of a new round of financing in November this year, rumors about the Chinese smartphone maker's upcoming reverse takeover have been raging.
Hangzhou-based internet giant Alibaba stated on November 17 that it will not complete a primary listing in Hong Kong before the end of the year as initially planned. This delay comes as the firm struggles with slowing growth at home.
ECARX, a mobility technology company, announced on November 14 that it has entered into an agreement with SPDB International (Hong Kong) Limited and CNCB (Hong Kong) Investment Limited for $65 million of convertible senior notes due in 2025.
Chinese battery manufacturer Sunwoda completed its issuance of global depository receipts (GDRs) on November 14 and listed them on the Swiss Stock Exchange, becoming the fourth company also traded publicly in Shenzhen to successfully list GDRs in Europe.
Atour Lifestyle, a leading Chinese hotel chain, submitted its prospectus to the US Securities and Exchange Commission on November 7, with plans to officially list on the Nasdaq under the stock code "ATAT" on November 14.
Geely-owned automotive brand Zeekr officially opened its second model, the Zeekr 009, for reservations on November 1. The new vehicle is available in two versions, with cruising ranges of 702 km and 822 km.
Geely Automobile announced at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) at noon on October 31 that it has proposed to spin off Zeekr Intelligent Technology Holding Limited (Zeekr) and list it independently.
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange plans to amend the listing rules to facilitate the financing of five types of advanced technology enterprises that have not yet made any profits. The new amendment is expected to be implemented next year.
AR and VR services provider Flowing Cloud was officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on October 18 as its first metaverse-related stock, with an opening price of HK$2.21 ($0.28) per share, equal to the issue price.
In 2019, Huawei set up Shenzhen Hubble Technology Investment Partnership, an investment company which, to date, has invested in seven semiconductor companies that have gone on to be publicly listed.
On September 30, Asia Innovations Group Limited (AIG), a Singapore-based mobile app developer, announced that it had signed a business merger agreement with Magnum Opus Acquisition Limited (NYSE: OPA), a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).