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Alibaba will reportedly delay its second listing in Hong Kong

WorldNews Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Alibaba will reportedly delay its second listing in Hong KongHong Kong (CNN Business)Alibaba has delayed plans to list its stock in Hong Kong, according to Reuters. The Chinese tech company already trades publicly in New York, but was reported to have been considering a second listing that Reuters said could raise as much as $15 billion. The plan was to list in August, Reuters said. The...
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China's e-commerce giant is delaying its potential $15 billion listing in Hong Kong because of the region's political instability, according to the Reuters news service.

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