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China listing authority gets tough on unprofitable companies

Although China has operated stock exchanges for a decade, it has never delisted a company. Now the Chinese regulator is tightening its rules to prevent unprofitable companies from continuing to have their shares traded. Liu Haili of Richards Butler, Hong Kong, explains

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