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招股
Simplified 招股
Traditional 招股
Pin Yin
zhao1 gu3
English
  • share offer
Examples:
1. 发起人向社会公开募集股份,必须公告招股说明书,并制作认股书。
"In making a public offer of shares, promoters must publish a prospectus and prepare share subscription application."
2. “那么,我们不再招股了么?”
"Shan't we try to get any more subscriptions of shares, then?"
3. 招股说明书应当附有发起人制订的公司章程,并载明下列事项:
"The articles of association formulated by the promoters shall be attached to the prospectus, which shall set out the following:"
4. 第五十四条?行人披露的招股意向书除不含发行价格、资金额以外,其内容与格式应当与招股说明书一致,并与招股说明书具有同等法律效力。
Article54: With the exception of not containing the offer price and the amount to be raised, the contents and format of the preliminary offer document disclosed by the issuer shall be identical to, and have the same legal effect as, the prospectus.
5. 由于这些股份可以由公众购买,这些大公司就称为公开招股公司。
As these shares are available for purchase by the general public, these large corporations are said to be publicly owned.
6. 内部股(非上市招股)
Private company shares
7. 公开招股公司
Public corporation
8. 公开招股公司
Publicly owned corporations
9. 两家深圳企业近日先后在香港招股,市场反应空前热烈,共筹集近十亿港元巨资。
Recently, two Shenzhen enterprises successively offered stock in Hong Kong, and the market reaction was unprecedentedly enthusiastic, totally raising a huge sum of capital of nearly 1 billion HK dollars.