The globalization of capital flow has resulted in an increasing number of firms choosing to cross-list their stocks in foreign stock exchanges to raise public equity capital abroad, and more recently, the booming of venture capital (VC) inflow to developing nations to finance the start-ups and growth companies in those emerging economies. The dramatic rise in venture-funded activity in developing nations has been largely fueled by institutional investors in the United States and other developed nations. Among the developing nations, China, in the transition from a central planning regulated economy to a free market economy, has progressed quickly in grasping these unique funding opportunities to encourage the emergence of innovative enterprises and ensure its relevance in the global economy.
G32, M13, O53
Venture Capital, China
Xu, Xiaoqing Eleanor
"Venture Capital Finance in China,"
Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance and Business Ventures:
1, pp. 11-22.
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