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A rapidly reforming policy and regulatory environment and a growing culture of innovation are encouraging capital and talent to pour into China, making it a question of when, rather than if, the payoffs will come for both consumers and investors.
The market debuts of BeiGene and Ascletis on the new Hong Kong Stock Exchange’s Biotech section could further encourage other Chinese biotech companies as they seek to draw in a wider pool of investors and focus on the promising domestic sector.
Multinationals and M&A deals could be adversely affected by new measures in China that could delay or even block the export of intellectual property out of the country.
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.
The biggest shakeup of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for three decades could see biotech businesses and innovators turn from West to East when seeking listings, as shown by plans being made by two prominent Chinese bioventures.