Jitong IPO pulled

The Chinese telecommunications company has abandoned plans to list in New York and Hong Kong after inciting little investor interest during pre-marketing.

The failure to get the roughly $240 million Nasdaq and Gem IPO off the ground has surprised few equity market professionals, despite the illustrious precedents set by its two immediate predecessors China Unicom and China Mobile. Many consequently conclude that Jitong's inability to ride the positive momentum created by China Mobile's recent equity offering, clearly shows that investors are prepared to set boundaries on their previously insatiable appetite for China's telecommunications story.

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