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Shenzhen express set to go but it's not for everyone

The 200-plus start-ups listed on Shenzhen's nascent Nasdaq-style ChiNext board are seen to be not "for the ordinary people".

Mr Li says that the daily quota will stay "for risk management considerations" and it has effectively been doubled by the new quota given to Shenzhen.

CHINA has not succeeded in deflating a massive home-made asset bubble, in spite of stock market turmoil early this year, a long-running shake-up of its property market and a tidal wave of capital outflows. That's why its recent decision to open up its stock markets is so imperative.