Hong Kong listings for Weibo, SenseTime, NetEase’s music app seen as test case for China’s new cybersecurity rules

The upcoming Hong Kong listings of three Chinese tech firms are being viewed as a test case for new mainland regulations that require certain initial public offering applicants to pass a cybersecurity review before going public in the city, with the outcome providing some clarity for Chinese companies mulling a flotation on one of Asia’s largest stock exchanges.Microblogging platform Weibo, often dubbed China’s Twitter, is hoping to raise up to US$547.3 million in a secondary listing in Hong…

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