A promotional video about a Chinese oil rig at a booth of China's state-run oil company CNOOC during China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing, May 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters A promotional video about a Chinese oil rig at a booth of China's state-run oil company CNOOC during China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing, May 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters
A promotional video about a Chinese oil rig at a booth of China's state-run oil company CNOOC during China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing, May 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters

New York exchange moves to delist CNOOC’s American depositary shares as Trump-era executive order kicks in

  • The NYSE said that trading in CNOOC Limited, the unit of China’s biggest producer of offshore oil and natural gas, would be suspended on March 9
  • The delisting would proceed as the NYSE determined that the shares were “no longer suitable” for listing because of the November 2020 order signed by former US President Donald Trump

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A promotional video about a Chinese oil rig at a booth of China's state-run oil company CNOOC during China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing, May 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters A promotional video about a Chinese oil rig at a booth of China's state-run oil company CNOOC during China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing, May 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters
A promotional video about a Chinese oil rig at a booth of China's state-run oil company CNOOC during China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing, May 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters
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