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Hong Kong's hot market enjoys busiest IPO day in six months

City draws Chinese companies facing Beijing clampdown and potential US delisting

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong had its busiest day for initial public offerings in six months on Friday, reinforcing the city's role as a listings venue when regulators in both China and the U.S. are putting a chill on foreign IPOs by mainland companies.

Five companies begin trading on the city's stock exchange, after raising a combined $630 million, marking the biggest day for IPO listings since Jan. 8.

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