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Why mainland Chinese IPO shares jump 44% on trading debut

Beijing's apparent failure of control seen in the stock market

SHANGHAI -- Beijing's tight grip on China's stock market seems to be choking the life out of what would otherwise be a bustling equities trade, pushing the most valuable companies to list overseas and stifling trading for fear of state intervention.

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