By Joanne Chiu
U.S.-listed ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. is seeking to raise up to US$1.56 billion in Hong Kong, joining a string of Chinese companies obtaining a secondary listing in the city amid U.S.-China tensions.
The delivery company is selling 45 million new shares ahead of a market debut in Hong Kong on Sept. 29, a U.S. filing on Tuesday showed. ZTO Express is backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., which holds a nearly 9% stake.
The maximum offer price for the small part of the stock sale reserved for individual investors is 268 Hong Kong dollars, the equivalent of US$34.58. It plans to set its offer price on Sept. 22.
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