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HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Hong Kong's stock market regulator has revoked the license of an underwriter of troubled 2009 listing and slapped it with a record fine, in a warning shot to investment banks working in one the world's biggest IPO markets to strengthen their due diligence. Many mainland Chinese firms are dipping their toes into capital markets for the first time but standards have often not been up to scratch and the penalties come just as Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) is preparing to toughen up listing regulations. ...

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