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US market falls out of favor with Chinese firms

BEIJING -- Where is the best place for Chinese Internet companies to go public? E-commerce titan Alibaba Group Holding gave its answer last year, when the company chose the U.S. for its record $25 billion initial public offering.

     But things are changing rapidly. A number of overseas-listed Chinese companies are considering bidding farewell to foreign exchanges, after missing out on an unprecedented stock boom at home. The main Shanghai index is up more than 50% this year, while the Shenzhen composite index has gained more than 110%.

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