Li Auto is the latest US-listed Chinese tech firm seeking a dual listing in Hong Kong. Its Hong Kong debut met with a lukewarm response.
Cloud Village Inc, the music streaming unit of NetEase, was approved by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to go public.
GoGoX is the largest logistics service provider in Hong Kong and a distant second to Lalamove in the mainland on-demand logistics market.
Digital brokers see opportunities to help Chinese investors send their money abroad. But ambiguous regulations still create real doubts about the field.
Megvii has faced several hurdles in its attempts to list in Hong Kong including city-wide protests, a US ban, and now the Covid-19 outbreak.
The Hong Kong-based prime brokerage wants to attract traditional hedge funds and institutional investors to crypto derivatives trading.
In October, Megvii was added to the US “Entity List.”
Sensetime has faced numerous hurdles since late last year as it laid plans to go public, including a US blacklisting.
Ahead of the Ethereum 2.0 update scheduled for later this summer, the renowned China-based tech VC takes a stake in staking services.
Megvii’s facial recognition technology is used widely around China in applications ranging from mobile payments to surveillance.