China's Other Exchange Reaches For The SpotlightBy and
Lodged in the three-story Grand Theater building that also houses a concert hall, movie theater, and karaoke joint, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange is easy to miss. But appearances are deceiving, insists exchange President Xia Bin. Having suffered through a nine-month downturn that brought trading to a near-standstill this spring after prices plunged 40%, China's No.2 bourse is starting to recover. Says Xia: "We've come back."
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