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    whl626 is offline Member
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    Default stocks get listed ?

    " Company A got listed at the Hong Kong stock market in Jan 2001. "

    Is the above sentence correct ? and How about " Company A's stocks got listed ..... " ?

    Chinese people like to say the stocks get listed not the company. I think it is supposed to be the other way round , right ? Or both are acceptable ?

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    RonBee is offline Moderator
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    I would think you could say that the company got listed or the company's stock got listed. Either one is, I think, acceptable.

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