At two years old, Shanghai’s Star board is already bigger than Spain’s capital market and shields investors from global tech rout

The Star Market, China’s Nasdaq-style board, which is celebrating its second anniversary, has emerged as a safe haven for investors seeking shelter from Beijing’s crackdown on technology companies.The board, also known as the Science and Technology Innovation Board, on the Shanghai Stock Exchange has become a major listing venue for China’s smaller hi-tech companies looking to raise funds on their home turf. And as it entered its third year of operations on Thursday, it is being boosted by…


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