Time for a return to sanity?

Greater China Technology, Hong Kong''s revenueless dotcom doctor, should help cure tech fever after sliding more than 50% on its first day of trading.

Investors in Greater China Technology, the dotcom doctor with no revenue, must be feeling pretty sick today. On its first day of trading on Hong Kong's Growth Enterprise Market, the stock has more than halved from its HK$1.38 listing price. The vast majority of investors obviously don't believe the peoples of Greater China, Japan and Korea are going to flock to the email inbox at www.greaterchinaherbs.com, cough up for their medicine and then wait for it to arrive in the post.

Who bought in the first place

So who are the suckers that bought the story Interestingly, there was no public offering the 202 million new shares on offer...

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