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Rule may be eased
Last Updated(Beijing Time):2007-05-11 13:12

Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd will look at relaxing a rule that requires public companies to make at least 25 percent of their shares tradable on the stock market, the South China Morning Post reported.

The relaxation would make it easier for mainland China companies to sell shares in both Hong Kong and their local markets, the Hong Kong-based paper said, citing sources that it didn't identify. The current requirement may be "too tough," the paper said.

Source:Shanghai Daily 
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