CDB Helps Chinese Firms Return Home
(Beijing) – China Development Bank (CDB) and its investment subsidiary plan to help Chinese companies listed overseas go private and relist on domestic or Hong Kong bourses.
The policy bank's Hong Kong branch has already provided a US$1 billion loan to help Chinese public companies leave the U.S. stock market to return to domestic markets, a process also known as public-private-public (PPP), a CDB source said.
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