Most recently, the company announced today (December 23rd) that tool manufacturer Toolux Sanding has become the fourth Chinese company to list on the platform this year.
Toolux raised â¬5.1 million ($7.1 million) through a private placement, which allowed it to join Alternext through the direct admission procedure.
Based on its reference price of â¬12.59 a share, the company has a market capitalisation of around â¬22.1 million.
The firm, which produces tools for the professional and home markets, currently employs 45 full-time employees and around 150 part-time workers.
NYSE Euronext head of European listings, Martine Charbonnier, said: "2008 has begun and ended with Chinese companies listing on Alternext, and this reflects the major effort we are making to attract international companies from fast-growing countries like China onto our markets and help them grow further."
Last week, NYSE Euronext confirmed the cross-listing of biopharmaceutical firm Oragenics on Alternext Paris. The company is the first to cross-list from the NYSE Alternext US platform.
Alternext Paris currently lists 128 companies from Belgium, Canada, China, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK and the US.