China has relaxed rules on private placements for listed companies and removed profitability requirements to encourage more firms to raise funds through share sales.
Chinext-listed firms seeking private placement are no longer required to be profitable for the past two consecutive years, according to a statement released by the China Securities Regulatory Commission on Friday.
Meanwhile, the regulator removed the requirement for candidate companies to have debt-to-asset ratio above 45 per cent . . .
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