Chinese companies have been some of the most prolific users of American capital markets in recent years – since 2013 they have raised about US$46.1 billion through 101 new listings in the US. Illustration: SCMP

Can Trump cut off Chinese companies from US capital markets without damaging American capitalism?

  • Chinese companies are asking the ‘hard question’ of whether they should list in the US or Hong Kong
  • If the US cannot be viewed as a viable, stable counter party, ‘you’re going to get a competitor somewhere in the world’, says NYU finance professor
Topic |   US-China tech war

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Chinese companies have been some of the most prolific users of American capital markets in recent years – since 2013 they have raised about US$46.1 billion through 101 new listings in the US. Illustration: SCMP
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