Baidu CEO Says He May Consider Hong Kong Listing – Marketwatch

From Marketwatch:

Nasdaq-listed Chinese Internet search engine Inc. may consider listing shares in Hong Kong, according to media reports Thursday. Chief Executive Robin Li was quoted in wire reports as saying a Hong Kong listing would raise the company’s profile and help fund expansion into new areas such as online auctions.

Li reportedly made the comments while addressing students at a Hong Kong university. Baidu, which ranks as China’s largest Internet search engine by revenue, is reportedly seeking out potential acquisition targets among Chinese Internet companies with stakes in the consumer-to-consumer market. [Full Text]

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