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Hong Kong Ushers in 'New Era' For Bioventures As Listing Rules Eased

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The introduction of new listing rules in Hong Kong makes it easier for biotech companies to go public and provides incentives for both China-based and international companies to float there rather than in New York or elsewhere, although some concerns linger.

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