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Too clever by half

24 March 2011 By Wei Gu

The Chinese insurer’s $2.5 billion placement to a single tycoon raised capital quickly, and helped it save tax. But selling at a discount negates the savings, and investors aren’t happy. The falling share price shows bending the norms may not pay.

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