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Exclusive: JD.com, Yum China and others weigh Hong Kong listings

Alibaba fundraising paves way for $15bn fundraising by China tech titans

Encouraged by the bull-run of Alibaba's successful listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange last year, other major U.S.-listed Chinese companies are now looking to do the same. (Photo by Rie Ishii) 

HONG KONG -- At least four Chinese technology companies, including e-retailer JD.com and search engine Baidu, are considering a secondary listing in Hong Kong that could collectively raise as much as $15 billion, as U.S.-listed Chinese companies seek to follow Alibaba's successful listing and move closer to home, four people familiar with the discussions said.

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