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18 Nov 2020 By Robyn Mak

The Shanghai-traded appliance maker will add a Hong Kong listing so it can issue stock to buy out its electronics unit. But the paid shares will only trade after the deal, and a cross-border valuation gap makes it hard to assess their value. That could rile minority investors.

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