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After getting rejected in the U.S. and hitting headwinds in London, fast fashion sensation Shein may be taking its mega-IPO to Hong Kong. But will investors buy into its profitable but controversial story? And hotpot chain Haidilao steps up its global expansion with spinoffs and separate listings for its Super Hi brand. Will this become China’s first overseas restaurant success story?

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