China State Companies to Lead $11 Billion Revival in IPOs

Bloomberg

China’s decision to end a 15-month freeze on initial public offerings may unleash at least $11 billion of share sales in next year’s first half.

More than 760 mainland Chinese companies are waiting to go public, their plans halted when regulators imposed the moratorium in September 2012 as they drafted rules aimed at curbing price manipulation. 

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