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Will 2020 mark a return to health for China’s sporting stocks?

Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld rings the opening bell by remote from the Grand Hyatt Beijing, with US ambassador to China, Clarke Randt. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

A two-year IPO freeze has hit Chinese sport companies, with numbers down and Wanda Sports’ listing a high-profile disappointment. How did ‘IPO fever’ fade, and will things change in 2020? Chen Yaolin reports.

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