ContributorsBeier Kan, Qing Lan, Hang Yang, Ivan Platonov
EqualOcean's fourth quarterly overview of the fledgling marketplace. Here, we adhere to the same structure as in our previous paper: a data-heavy first chapter is followed by a second part describing regulatory shifts and other narrative elements essential to telling the story of China's financial opening-up.
on the Star Market, accounting for nearly one-third of the new A-share listings
tell how the Star Market stocks fluctuated in the third quarter of 2020
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