YiMei Capital 'Cautiously Optimistic' on China's New Tech Board




 

Jul.22 -- Judy Ye, managing partner and co-founder of YiMei Capital, an investment platform specialized in China's venture and growth capital market, talks about China's new stock venue designed for technology startups. The market got off to a positive start on Monday as all 25 stocks rose on their debut. Ye speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."

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