chinese ipo

China’s IPO approval officers bestowed unbridled power

The process of gaining approval to list in China is open to corruption as a small number of officers have unchecked power over which applicants go first, economist says.
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Guo Shuqing has publicly questioned China’s tedious listing approvals process since he became chairman of the CSRC in late 2011 (Imaginechina)</div>
<div style="text-align: left;"> Guo Shuqing has publicly questioned China’s tedious listing approvals process since he became chairman of the CSRC in late 2011 (Imaginechina)</div>
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