JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Shares in South Africa’s e-commerce giant Naspers tumbled more than 30% on Wednesday following the market debut of its spin-off Prosus in Amsterdam.
Prosus comprises Naspers’ global empire of consumer internet assets, with the jewel in the crown a 31% stake in Chinese tech titan Tencent.
Naspers shares were down 31.02% at 2,428 rand by 1021 GMT.
(Reporting by Onke Ngcuka, editing by Louise Heavens)
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