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Save the worst for last

9 Apr 2010 By Wei Gu

The weakest of China’s stateowned banks is recruiting advisers for a $20 billion IPO. The success of previous Chinese bank offerings should ensure investors are keen. But the timing says more about AgBank’s urgent need for capital than its readiness to become a public company.

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