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Red Chip

A stock in a company operating in the People's Republic of China that trades on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Generally speaking, only Chinese citizens are allowed to invest on Chinese stock exchanges. Red chips are therefore separately incorporated in Hong Kong in order to allow foreign investment in Chinese companies. The term refers to the color red, which is the official color of the Communist party.
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currently boasts RMB 11.5 billion of assets in total, about 20,000 employees, and has more than ten affiliates such as ZhongrunPharma., WeishengPharma., ZhongnuoPharma., OuyiPharma., NBP, etc, therein, China Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd.--a controlling affiliate established in Hong Kong is the first Chinese pharmaceutical enterprise listed overseas, currently one of the largest pharmaceutical company listed in Hong Kong and one of the Hang Seng Red Chips Index Component stocks, and has been named by world-known Forbes as one of Top 100 Listed Companies with business turnover below USD 1 billion in Asia for two successive times.
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