Hangzhou Shining listed on OTC stock market as China's first public 3D printing company, but still lags behind global leaders

3D scanner and personal 3D printer developer Hangzhou Shining 3D (see the July 9, 2013 LRCHJ) launched an initial public offering (IPO) in China's over-the-counter stock market for growth enterprises (see the May 30, 2011 LRCHJ) on August 8. While some public companies in China have 3D printing a...

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