Shanghai’s stock exchange says it is considering allowing big multinational companies to list shares.
China’s largest exchange may permit companies such as HSBC, Coca-Cola and Siemens – which have large business operations in the country – to trade. Que Bo, assistant general manager of Shanghai’s exchange said it was doing market research on the plan and expected to “get some results soon”. [Full Text]
[Image: Under the plan, Chinese may be able to invest in overseas firms, from AP.]