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UK revises SPAC rules to attract listings to London market

The FCA said the shift would provide more flexibility to larger SPACs

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What if America delists Chinese firms?

Delistings on the US side could be likely, says Shang-Jin Wei, a former chief economist at the Asian Development Bank.
How Xi’s four pillars of regulation will reshape China’s Big Tech - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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How Xi’s four pillars of regulation will reshape China’s Big Tech

President Xi knows that China’s middle class will have his back.
China's market crackdown: 'Everybody’s in the crosshairs' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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China's market crackdown: "Everybody's in the crosshairs"

It’s the government’s most extreme step yet to rein in private businesses.

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China tech billionaires ramp up donations as Beijing cracks down

The moves come as a crackdown on technology companies has intensified since November

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Chinese tutor billionaires no longer so following government curbs

From more than US$15 billion, Gaotu Techedu Inc's Larry Chen's networth has shrunk to just US$336 million

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China bans for-profit school tutoring in sweeping overhaul

The out-of-school education industry has been "severely hijacked by capital".

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China crackdown makes Hang Seng Tech Index world’s biggest tech loser

The Hang Seng Tech Index was up nearly 6%, vs more than 40% for MSCI World Information Technology Index and the NASDAQ-100 Index

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Evergrande shares and bonds plunge on fears of liquidity crisis

The property giant’s stock tumbled to a four-year low on Tuesday, July 20. "Evergrande’s debt risk is quickly piling up."

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Hong Kong Exchange CEO explores ending bad weather trading halt

Nicolas Aguzin's comments illustrate how some of the rules governing the bourse are looking increasingly antiquated
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