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China venture capitalists diversify exit strategies

Listing on 'new third board' emerges as main investment-recovery method

SHANGHAI -- Chinese venture capital companies are diversifying their exit strategies, or avenues for recouping investment in unlisted startups with high growth potential.

Listing on the National Equities Exchange and Quotation, or NEEQ, has emerged as a key pillar of investor companies' exit strategies, with over 1,200 investment recoveries, or about 60% of the total, made through listings on the over-the-counter market, also known as the "new third board," in 2016.

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