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Investing in China: Be careful about the Variable Interests Entities

About a half of Chinese companies listed in NYSE and NASDAQ are using Variable Interests Entities so as to avoid the restrictions over foreign investments. While they are a very good way for foreigners to benefit from Chinese companies’ rapid growth, major risks loom, threatening foreign investors’ ability to exercise their shareholding rights on the Chinese company. In this article, S.J.Grand offers you an overview of the VIE’s advantages and drawbacks.

Hong Kong stock exchange open to alliances

--HKEx follows international trend--

The Hong Kong stock exchange has expressed interest in forging new international alliances, following the lead of recent tie-ups between Deutsche Börse and NYSE Euronext, and the London and Toronto exchanges.

The world's biggest exchange operator by market value and a strong market from China-backed IPOs, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) released an email statement announcing that while it will consider international alliances and partnerships, it is yet to identify any potential targets.

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