As the wait for Alibaba’s New York initial public offering drags on, some other high-flying Chinese technology companies are poised to get a U.S. listing first. Investors who consider owning such shares should be sure to read the fine print.
Consider JD.com, which has filed a prospectus for its U.S. listing and may make its debut in the coming weeks. JD has a few businesses, including an online marketplace that matches buyers and sellers, similar to Alibaba’s main operations.
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This article originally appeared on Recode.net.