In Bejing’s latest attempt to accommodate foreign interest in listed Chinese companies, China’s securities regulator has quietly suspended a policy requiring companies holding more than 30 percent of a domestically listed entity to bid for the rest.

An immediate beneficiary of the new policy is New York investment firm Warburg Pincus and its two Chinese partners, which recently ran into regulatory complications in acquiring a Chinese pharmaceuticals company.

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