Chinese stock exchanges seek public feedback on allowing mainland investors to buy shares in Hong Kong’s dual-class structured companies

//Chinese stock exchanges seek public feedback on allowing mainland investors to buy shares in Hong Kong’s dual-class structured companies

Chinese stock exchanges seek public feedback on allowing mainland investors to buy shares in Hong Kong’s dual-class structured companies

Xiaomi, Meituan Dianping and other Hong Kong-listed companies with dual-class share structures are getting a step closer to being accessible to mainland Chinese traders.The Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges on Friday began to seek public feedback on the idea of including companies with weighted-voting rights trading in the city in the stock connect programmes, they said in separate statements on their websites.Nasdaq-style Star Market must show it is more than a casinoThe move would allow…

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