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China's top Internet dealmaker warns of 'lawless' markets

He says the influx of retail investors into primary markets which are not liquid is dangerous

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Mr Bao says Chinese retail investors have been sold tranches of venture capital deals through intermediaries for as little as 50,000 yuan.

Hong Kong

CHINA's most prolific Internet dealmaker has issued a stern warning about the dangers facing investors in "lawless" venture capital and startup markets, urging regulators to step in and curb irrational investment and asset bubbles.

Individual investors lured by promises

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