China has published listing and trading rules for a Nasdaq-style Technology Innovation Board in the Shanghai Stock Exchange, potentially competing with Hong Kong and New York for listings of tech firms, said the securities regulator on Wednesday.
Plans for the board were announced by President Xi Jinping last November and are expected to help reinforce China's technology strength to counter US curbs on the country's tech development and to boost China’s slowing economy through innovations and industrial upgrading.
The so-called technology innovation board will focus on firms in technology and emerging sectors, such as high . . .
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