In the News: Alibaba’s Proposed Hong Kong Listing; Debt-Equity Swaps; A-Share Investment for Insurers; and Higher Penalties for IP Violations

Jun 17, 2019
| By Marilyn Romero
Alibaba files for Hong Kong listing that could raise $20 billion; China’s state planner will encourage more debt-to-equity swaps; insurers likely to be allowed to up investments in Chinese A-shares; and official proposes beefing up penalties for IP violations.
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