Chinese investors want relaxed rules for tech IPOs: exchange

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Most Chinese investors expect regulators to relax rules on initial public offerings (IPOs) by technology companies, and would like to invest in such domestic listings, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange said on Wednesday, citing a recent survey.The exchange said its survey showed that nearly 90 percent of respondents said Shenzhen's start-up board ChiNext should strengthen its support to hi-tech firms.

Most investors are in favour of lowering financial threshold for their IPO, or accepting dual share classes, according to the survey.The.

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