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Cheap as red chips

13 June 2013 By Peter Thal Larsen

New measures, such as barring insiders from selling shares below the issue price, will encourage companies to price IPOs low. The worry is investors may take it as a guarantee that new stocks will always go up. But only drastic action can restore faith in China’s equity markets.

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