China Streamlining IPO Rules Said to Be Unlikely This YearBloomberg News
Premier's annual work report didn't mention IPO reform
Regulator has two-year window for implementing IPO overhaul
China’s plan to streamline rules for initial public offerings is unlikely to be implemented this year, which was why Premier Li Keqiang didn’t mention the revamp in his annual work report delivered Saturday, according to a person familiar with the situation.
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