Around 50 companies will have been seeking to list in the first six months of this year, compared to 18 in the same period last year, according to the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)'s estimates.
The projection is based on the private sector's fundraising demand despite market volatility over the past few weeks.
The listing process begins with companies transforming themselves into public companies and submitting filings for initial public offering and listing. Regulators then consider approving them. Approved securities are subsequently listed and their stocks begin trade shortly after.
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