Two Chinese companies go ahead with Hong Kong IPOs

Ten Fu Tea and Hongguo International are pushing ahead with Hong Kong IPOs that could raise a total of $550 million.

Two Chinese companies go ahead with Hong Kong IPOs
Lee Rie-Ho, founder of Ten Fu Group

Two Chinese retail players have decided to press ahead with their Hong Kong IPO plans despite the weak market sentiment. Ten Fu Tea, a Chinese tea company, hopes to bag around $300 million through a new share sale, while Hongguo International, a Chinese shoemaker, plans to raise around $250 million, according to sources.

The two companies are likely to join Citic Securities, XCMG Construction Machinery, Sany Heavy Industry and New China Life, which are also...

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