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SenseTime relaunches $767m Hong Kong IPO after U.S. investment ban

Company plans to sell 1.5bn shares; the final price due to be set on Thursday

SenseTime's shares are due to start trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Dec 30.   © AP

HONG KONG (Reuters) -- Chinese artificial intelligence start-up SenseTime Group relaunched its $767 million Hong Kong IPO on Monday, a week after pulling the listing in the wake of the company's inclusion on a U.S. investment blacklist.

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