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Ant IPO: how US-China trade tensions are driving foreign investment in world’s largest public offering

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Despite the looming threat of US financial sanctions against Chinese technology companies, Ant Group’s upcoming dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai has sent investors into a frenzy.Thought by analysts to be an environment of mounting antagonism that could curb the ability of Chinese companies to raise foreign capital, the pipeline of stock activity is actually accelerating.Alibaba, NetEase and JD.com are among the US-listed Chinese companies that have sought secondary listings in Hong Kong…

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Despite the looming threat of US financial sanctions against Chinese technology companies, Ant Group’s upcoming dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai has sent investors into a frenzy.Thought by analysts to be an environment of mounting antagonism that could curb the ability of Chinese companies to raise foreign capital, the pipeline of stock activity is actually accelerating.Alibaba, NetEase and JD.com are among the US-listed Chinese companies that have sought secondary listings in Hong Kong…

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