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The China Europe International Exchange in Frankfurt is bullish that its first stock listing will finally spur investor interest in its offerings. (Photo by Jens Kastner)

Haier's Frankfurt listing bolsters Europe-China ties

But mainland companies still struggle to raise capital on the continent

JENS KASTNER, Contributing writer | China

FRANKFURT, Germany -- For three years, a securities exchange based in this subdued German financial center -- but focused on China and backed by Chinese investors -- has struggled to draw investor attention.

It is finally due for at least a brief moment in the spotlight. Next month, the China Europe International Exchange, or Ceinex, is set to get its first stock listing.

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