China Seeks Talks With SEC Over IPO Ban

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Aug.01 — China’s securities regulator is seeking more talks with its U.S. counterpart after the Securities and Exchange Commission halted IPOs of Chinese firms until regulatory risks are better disclosed. The move comes after a week of market shocks that saw one trillion of value wiped off. Bloomberg’s John Liu reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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