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China’s Muji Wannabe Raises $6.08 Billion in New York IPO

2020年10月16日 19:58 来源于 财新网
Budget retailer Miniso’s stock finishes its debut day up 4.4%
Founded in 2012, the Muji lookalike focuses on selling trendy, affordable products, ranging from cosmetics to personal accessories to household goods.

Miniso Co. Ltd.’s stock closed up 4.4% late Thursday, after surging as much as 22% in its debut on the New York Stock Exchange that raised $6.08 billion.

The Guangzhou-based budget household goods retailer, which has been described as a copycat of Japanese brand Muji, is among many Chinese companies going public in the U.S., even as others flee U.S. financial markets amid increased regulatory scrutiny and hostility from Washington.

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