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China’s Keda, Ningbo Shanshan Kick Off First Zurich GDR Sale

  • Bulding material maker Keda first to open books on GDR listing
  • Ningbo Shanshan also taking orders for depository receipts
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Two Chinese companies kicked off sales of global depository receipts in Zurich, becoming the first to tap the newly expanded stock-connect program.

Keda Industrial Group Co., a Chinese building materials manufacturer, opened books to sell 12 million GDRs at a range of $14.43 to $14.58 each, according to terms of the deal seen by Bloomberg News. At the top of the range, Keda would raise as much as $175 million from the offering.