Baidu, China’s dominant internet search engine company, started trading in Hong Kong with less than 1 per cent premium after completing its HK$23.7 billion ($3.05 billion) stock offering, underperforming recent big technology listings in the city.
Its shares opened for trading at HK$254, according to stock exchange data, and rose to as high as HK$256.60 before ending their first day of trading unchanged at HK$252, capitalising the Beijing-based . . .
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