Twelve Chinese tech firms have already gone public in the United States this year, the highest numbers of Chinese initial public offerings in that market since 2014.
The latest example was Shanghai-based online lending platform PPDai, which debuted on the New York stock market over the weekend, raising 0 million with an IPO price of .
"PPDai's IPO represents global investors' recognition of China's booming Fintech sector, an important part of the domestic economy besides the traditional finance system," Zhang Jun, PPDai's chief executive, said in a statement.
Last Thursday, search engine Sogou debuted at per share, giving the company a market value of .4 billion.
The 12 Chinese companies that have gone public in the U.S. this year made up the highest number since 2014 when 16 IPOs, including Alibaba's U.S. IPO, went on the market.
Jianpu Technology Inc, a subsidiary of China's online finance platform Rong360, has applied to raise 2 million in the US this year.