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Slow Hong Kong share trading start for China AgBank

Shares in Agricultural Bank of China have opened up just over 1% as they started trading in Hong Kong.

After a weak debut on the Shanghai, investors had hoped for a better debut in this dual listing.

The bank is the last of the big four Chinese lenders to join the stock market. The share sale is worth up to $22bn, making it the world's biggest ever.

Andrew Wood reports from Hong Kong.

  • 16 Jul 2010