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Hong Kong IPO Gong Is Back for First Ceremony Since 2020

  • Attendees must declare they’ve taken RAT with negative results
  • Covid has reshaped dealmaking with meetings going online
A gong at the Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. Connect Hall in Hong Kong, China.

A gong at the Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. Connect Hall in Hong Kong, China.

Photographer: Billy H.C. Kwok/Bloomberg
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Hong Kong is dusting off the gong for the city’s first in-person listing ceremony in two years.

Logistics startup GogoX Holdings Ltd. is hosting a ceremony at the exchange’s newly refurbished HKEX Connect Hall on Friday, according to a media invitation. Attendees are required to pre-register and to declare they’ve taken a rapid antigen test the same day showing a negative result. Everyone must wear a face mask.