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Pacific Basin bolsters share profile in China

The Hong Kong-listed dry bulk carrier is looking to get more attention on the Chinese capital market and to expand its shareholder base.

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Dry bulk carrier Pacific Basin, listed in Hong Kong, has had its share included on the so-called Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, a platform for securities trading aimed at the Chinese capital market, informs the carrier in a press release.

"The southbound trading mechanism will help to enhance Pacific Basin’s profile in the mainland Chinese capital markets, and potentially enlarge our shareholder base in China," says CEO Mats Berglund in the press release.

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