BEIJING -- The New York Stock Exchange (NYX) and the Nasdaq Stock Market (NDAQ - Get Report), worried they're losing out on big IPOs from China, are trying to boost their visibility in the region. They're staffing up and touting the benefits of a U.S. listing to dealmakers at investment banks, private equity outfits and law firms in China."Obviously China is a very exciting market. We see it as the fastest-growing market outside the U.S., as well as the strongest market internationally," says Charlotte Croswell, the London-based head of Nasdaq International.
Nasdaq and NYSE Seek China IPOs
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