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Ant Group IPO could get back on track if it resolves issues, China’s central bank governor suggests – CNBC

Ant Group’s IPO, which would have been record setting, was pulled by regulators days before it was due to begin trading in Shanghai and Hong Kong in November.

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GUANGZHOU, China Ant Group’s initial public offering (IPO) could resume if the company resolves its issues, China’s central bank governor hinted on Tuesday.
The Ant Group IPO, which would have been the biggest in history, was pulled by regulators just days before it was due to begin trading in Shanghai and Hong Kong in November.
At the time, the Shanghai Stock Exchange said Ant Group reported¬†“significant issues such as the changes in financial technology regulatory environment” that meant it might…

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