PARIS, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Chinese automotive technology products group Lionax made its stock market debut on Thursday in the first ever case of a Chinese company listing its shares in Paris. Lionax shares were indicated higher at 2.4 euros in early morning trade, giving the company a stock market capitalisation of around 24 million euros ($32.5 million). The company's flotation price was set at 2.00 euros. The Paris market is run by Euronext. Euronext is now part of the enlarged NYSE ...
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