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Japan to ease IPO rules in October, allowing greater price flexibility

Summary by Ground News
Japan will allow companies increased flexibility when going public starting in October. Companies will have greater freedom to change initial public offering prices. Rules for IPOs are governed by ordinances issued by the Cabinet Office, which will make revisions effective Sunday. The Tokyo Stock Exchange's bell is rung during IPO ceremonies.

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