China May Seek Cyber Check for HK Listings of Firms Holding Data

Bloomberg News reports:

China may require a cybersecurity review for companies holding data that plan to go public in Hong Kong, if it’s decided that the listing will potentially have an impact on its national security.

The draft rule, published by China’s cyberspace regulator on Sunday, didn’t specify how the regulators will define if a listing will endanger security.

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