China’s IPO Market Activity

In: ARC China

5 Aug 2011

Adam Roseman of ARC Investment Partners discussed China’s IPO volume in a newsletter. The report states that IPOs on China’s capital market may hit $61.9 billion this year, which is a decrease of 16% from last year.

Jean Sun, a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers China, said “Despite the decrease in China’s IPO market activity in the first six months this year, we believe the momentum remains robust for 2011, due to high confidence in the growth of China’s economy and domestic demand. Other factors, such as the large amount of capital and limited investment channels, will also help stimulate the market.”

PwC also predicted that China’s IPO market leaders will be the manufacturing industry, information technology, financial services and retail, consumer goods and services.

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