Chunghwa Telecom kicks off IPO with auction of 3% stake

Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan''s government-owned telecommunications company, starts first stage of IPO.

Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan's biggest state-owned company, kicked off the first stage of its initial share sale on Wednesday with an auction aimed at determining the price at which the shares will be sold to the public.

The company is auctioning 3% of itself, or 289 million shares, with a base price of NT$104 $3.23, says Steve Chen, a manager in the underwriting department of Chinatrust Commercial Bank, which is arranging the sale. The auction will run...

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