Hong Kong/China: Public protection
As Hong Kong gears up to maintain its competitiveness as a financial centre in the face of stiff competition from its Asian neighbours, James Chan considers how the Companies (Amendment) Bill 2003 will affect public offerings in the territory
In his budget speech last year, the financial secretary of Hong Kong highlighted the importance of attracting more issuers of financial products, as well as more capital and investors, from mainland China and overseas.
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