BEIJING— Tonhe Electronics is a casualty of Beijing's frantic effort to stop a stock market bust. The maker of electrical equipment, part of a technology industry the ruling Communist Party wants to promote, hoped to raise 200 million yuan from an initial public offering of stock to build a research and development center. Beijing's scramble to put a floor under...» Read More
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