Host of UK firms set to oppose Hong Kong Stock Exchange reform proposals
Linklaters and Freshfields among firms likely to raise concerns over proposed regulatory overhaul
Linklaters and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer are among a raft of major law firms set to raise concerns over proposed changes to Hong Kong Stock Exchange regulations, amid fears the proposals will lead to a reduction in the number of listings taking place.
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