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Didi won’t be last IPO to pursue New York listing, but China’s cybersecurity review closes loopholes

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Will Beijing continue to allow initial public offerings (IPO) by Chinese technology firms in New York?The answer to that question is being considered after China released a new draft cybersecurity proposal over the weekend, which gives an obscure office within the Cyberspace Administration of China the right to virtually veto any technology company planning to list on foreign exchanges.But another question being asked is, will the cybersecurity review office veto all applications, or will it…

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Will Beijing continue to allow initial public offerings (IPO) by Chinese technology firms in New York?The answer to that question is being considered after China released a new draft cybersecurity proposal over the weekend, which gives an obscure office within the Cyberspace Administration of China the right to virtually veto any technology company planning to list on foreign exchanges.But another question being asked is, will the cybersecurity review office veto all applications, or will it…
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