China’s technology, media and communications industry (TMT) companies’ initial public offerings (IPOs) in China’s technology, media and communications industry (TMT) were released by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) in the first half of 2020. The novel coronavirus pneumonia, a Zhou Weiran TMT global partnership, has been relatively active in the first half of this year. It has been relatively unaffected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic.
, meanwhile, remains active in the wake of the second stock market return and the Hongkong innovation board, which is the main reason for the listing of TMT TMT in the first half of this year. < / P > < p > there were 35 listed companies in China, including 21, 3, 6 and 5 listed on the science and technology innovation board, domestic main board, Shenzhen small and medium-sized board and Shenzhen growth enterprise market, accounting for 38.2%, 5.5%, 10.9% and 9.1% respectively. < / P > < p > 35 A-share listed companies raised 33.2 billion yuan, while science and technology innovation board, domestic main board, Shenzhen small and medium-sized board and Shenzhen GEM raised 25.2 billion, 2 billion, 4 billion and 2 billion yuan respectively, accounting for 25.2 billion yuan, 2 billion yuan, 4 billion yuan and 2 billion yuan, respectively The ratios were 65.8%, 25.9%, 5.5%, 10.9% and 9.1%, respectively. Among them, Jingdong group (09618) and Netease group (09999), the second listed companies in Hong Kong, raised 27.5 billion yuan and 22.1 billion yuan respectively. China Resources Microelectronics (688396), listed on the Shanghai Science and technology innovation board, ranked third with 4.3 billion yuan. < / P > < p > * the fund-raising data of Jingdong and Netease are from PwC reports, which are translated by exchange rate. Jingdong raised about HK $30.1 billion in Hong Kong’s IPO, and then exercised the over allotment right on July 12, raising an additional HK $4.5 billion; Netease raised about HK $21.1 billion in Hong Kong IPO and exercised the over allotment right on June 22, raising an additional HK $3.2 billion. < / P > < p > the 55 TMT enterprises from the mainland raised 97.2 billion yuan, with an average of 1.77 billion yuan per company; if the two companies, Jingdong (27.5 billion) and Netease (22.1 billion yuan), which raised more than 10 billion yuan, raised an average of 900 million yuan. < / P > < p > the 20 companies listed in Hong Kong and overseas raised 64 billion yuan, with an average of 3.2 billion yuan each; after deducting Jingdong and Netease, each company raised an average of 800 million yuan. < / P > < p > due to the listing policy in Hong Kong and overseas markets, five of the 20 TMT companies listed in Hong Kong and overseas in the first half of 2020 are in a loss state at IPO.