Why Beijing put a stop to the Ant IPO I FT

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China’s regulators put a stop to what would have been the biggest listing in history at the last minute angering both the company and investors looking to buy Ant shares. The FT’s Asia markets correspondent Hudson Lockett explains why they did it.

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