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12 May 2017 (AFR) – China’s dysfunctional sharemarkets an opportunity for Australia

[COMMENT: This is an interesting insight into the little-know workings of the Chinese share markets.]

(12 May 2017, AFR, p14, by Angus Grigg)

‘In all the opportunities thrown up by China’s rise, the one never mentioned is the dysfunction of mainland stock markets. These casino-like exchanges in Shanghai or Shenzhen are hardly pillars of corporate governance, which provides a very large opening for Australia to lure credible, private Chinese companies to list on the ASX. The difficulty and length of time it takes to list in China provides Australia with another opportunity.  The only problem is that so far the theory has run well ahead of the reality, as those mainland companies to have listed on the ASX are often seen as opaque and with illiquid share registers. But that might be about to change.

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