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Jun 08, 2015

China’s IR frontier

Why do hardly any A-share companies listed exclusively on the mainland have English-language annual reports? Because local investing power is too great and valuations are too high

New foreign institutional investment should trigger a growth spurt for investor relations in mainland China

A hidden kingdom of stocks barely known to outsiders is in the process of being discovered – and, as with so many groundswell changes in the world, this is a story that revolves around China. With last year’s launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect allowing a flow of stock trading between the two financial centers, the hope is that an influx of foreign institutional investors will tame China’s wild domestic stock market and professionalize investor relations. Today’s

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