The first batch of Chinese companies were approved to be listed on the Australia Asia Pacific Stock Exchange
2014-01-27 12: 09: 57
Editor in charge: Catherine
(Newspaper from this newspaper) Australia Baoze Capital Securities Co., Ltd. recently held an initial public offering (IPO) in Sydney, and announced that the Chinese-funded Australian Life Force Holdings Group and Australia Central were listed on the exchange in early March.
Shenzhen Shengli Biological Health Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Australia Life Force Holding Group, is committed to the research and development, production, sales and service of dietary supplements. Chen Liangchao, the chairman of the company, is very confident about the listing in Australia. He said that choosing to list in Australia is to value the maturity and stability of the Australian securities market and standardized supervision, which is conducive to better cooperation with local Australian companies and the introduction of Australian unique raw materials and advanced production techniques.
Zhonghuanyun Holding Group Co., Ltd. is a cross-border e-commerce service provider. The company has cooperated with Australia Post to launch a special express line "AoPostbao" for the Australian market. This service will shorten the time from Chinese sellers to Australian buyers to receive the goods to 3 to 7 days. After listing, the company will increase its development efforts in the Australian market and plans to establish a storage center in Sydney within this year.
Australia Baoze Capital Securities Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of Baoze Financial Group. It has made listing recommendations for thousands of companies in Australia and China. In the future, qualified Chinese companies will be listed on the Australian Asia Pacific Stock Exchange after obtaining relevant approvals.
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