Jul 22, 2019 Business & Finance Comments Off on China’s scitech innovation board starts trading
China's scitech innovation board (STAR market) started trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange Monday morning, with the first batch of 25 companies debuting on the board.
Establishment of the STAR market and the pilot registrationbased initial public offering system will support China's innovationdriven economic development and the capital market reform, Li Chao, deputy head of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, said at the debut ceremony.
First proposed in November 2018, the new board is designed to provide direct financing support for companies in the hightech and strategic emerging sectors, such as newgeneration information technology, advanced equipment, new materials, new energy, energy saving and environmental protection.
Source: Xinhua Finance Agency
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