Chinese EV maker Nio plans secondary listing in Hong Kong
Tesla rival seeks greater brand awareness across Asia
Nio is also seeking a secondary listing in Singapore as it looks to expand its presence in Asia.
SHANGHAI -- Chinese electric vehicle company Nio said Monday it will offer shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange, with trading to start March 10.
The Shanghai-based company aims to bolster its brand in Hong Kong and the rest of Asia through the secondary listing, while also attracting Hong Kong-based investors to expand its operations.
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