Who said it?

'It might be the 12.5% tax that scared them away - and the pricing itself was expensive when it compared with its peers' - Alfred Chan, chief dealer at Cheer Pearl Investment, tells Reuters the Italian capital gains tax means demand for Prada shares in its Hong Kong IPO has been tepid among retail investors.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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