Staff members are busy at work at the Beijing Stock Exchange on Sept 14, 2021. (DAI BING / FOR CHINA DAILY)
BEIJING – The newly-established Beijing Stock Exchange, intended to meet the financing needs of innovation-oriented small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country, will start trading on Nov 15, the bourse said Friday.
The total number of eligible investors will be more than 4 million after the exchange starts trading, said the exchange
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The first batch of 81 companies will see their shares traded on the bourse starting on Monday, the exchange said in a statement.
The total number of eligible investors will be more than 4 million after the exchange starts trading, said the exchange, adding that 112 security firms have been granted memberships of the stock exchange.
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The Beijing Stock Exchange will serve SMEs with the focus on innovation, promote the implementation of various policies and contribute to high-quality growth of China's real economy, said the bourse.