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This case illustrates the valuation issues one faces when valuing a company in an emerging market. It focuses on the decision by a Chinese company on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to participate in an IPO (initial public offering). The case provides background information on the listing of Chinese companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. It also presents an interesting valuation problem and affords an opportunity for a class discussion on Chinese companies in general and the risks of investing in Chinese companies.