HONG KONG: Linmark To Raise HK$234m In IPO
Apparel and homewares sourcing firm Linmark (HK) Ltd hopes to raise up to HK$234 million (US$30 million) in an initial public offering. The money will be used to continue building its web-based order tracking system, and add new offices in Shenzhen and Bombay. The IPO price will be fixed on Friday, but the company expects to sell 156 million shares at HK$1.30-1.50 each to institutional and retail investors. It intends to make its trading debut on the Hong Kong stock exchange's mainboard on 10 May.
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