Big shareholders of Chinese listed companies are cutting their stakes amid the stock market rally earlier this year, with net share sales hitting the highest in nearly ten years.
These major stockholders have collectively sold a net of about 260 billion yuan worth of A-shares so far in 2019, the most in a decade for the same period of year, according to a report released by the China Listed Company Development Center. That's higher than . . .
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