Comments on: China’s start-up market can win against the odds Now raising intellectual capital Sun, 08 Nov 2015 08:31:30 +0000 hourly 1 By: Casper Wed, 23 Sep 2009 13:06:52 +0000 Good article.Quotes:

‘Indeed, China, home of internet stars such as Baidu and Sina, is the second-largest foreign supplier of companies to the Nasdaq.’ – presumably these companies are repatriating a dividend cash flow to China.

‘And companies will not necessarily need to compromise on valuations, since Chinese equities routinely trade at a premium to their foreign counterparts because there is a lot of liquidity chasing a limited pool of stocks.’ – doesn’t that exact fact compromise the values – overvalued, almost like inflation.

‘In an effort to make a good start, the regulator has picked companies with the best track record of sales and profit growth for the first batch of listings.’ – hopefully they have assets to back the sales up.

By: Lidy Wed, 23 Sep 2009 07:32:31 +0000 same time.

Well, at last looks like the market is stepping out of this crisis, but I’m not that sure.
We have to take a new attitude in business from now on, learn from our mistakes.
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I think it’s a good way to promote fair companies, unmask bad payers, and make your business known at the same time.