SINGAPORE (July 3): When Hong Kong companies list outside their home market, Singapore has traditionally been on the shortlist. Of the 700-odd companies currently listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), 24 are domiciled in Hong Kong, according to Bloomberg data. Many of these companies were listed on the local bourse after the British returned Hong Kong to China in 1997. Now, as geopolitical tensions have flared up, could more Hong Kong companies be listing their shares here?

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