Truss seeks to convince SoftBank to list Arm in London

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SoftBank has been considering a dual listing in London and New York
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SoftBank has been considering a dual listing in London and New York

SoftBank would prefer to list Arm in New York, where tech firm valuations tend to be much higher

Prime Minister Liz Truss' government is planning a new approach to convince Japan's SoftBank Group Corp to list Cambridge chip designer Arm on the London Stock Exchange. As covered by the Financ...

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