The Trump administration is recommending a January 2022 deadline for Chinese companies to comply with audit and disclosure requirements or face delisting after a string of high-profile scandals. Picture shows the US flag outside the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP The Trump administration is recommending a January 2022 deadline for Chinese companies to comply with audit and disclosure requirements or face delisting after a string of high-profile scandals. Picture shows the US flag outside the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP
The Trump administration is recommending a January 2022 deadline for Chinese companies to comply with audit and disclosure requirements or face delisting after a string of high-profile scandals. Picture shows the US flag outside the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP

Chinese companies face January 2022 comply-or-delist deadline under new US audit, disclosure recommendations

  • Chinese issuers would be required to provide access to audit papers under recommendations by the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets
  • Recommendations on foreign issuers come as US-China relations continue to sour with latest ban on Chinese-owned apps

Topic |   Banking & Finance
The Trump administration is recommending a January 2022 deadline for Chinese companies to comply with audit and disclosure requirements or face delisting after a string of high-profile scandals. Picture shows the US flag outside the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP The Trump administration is recommending a January 2022 deadline for Chinese companies to comply with audit and disclosure requirements or face delisting after a string of high-profile scandals. Picture shows the US flag outside the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP
The Trump administration is recommending a January 2022 deadline for Chinese companies to comply with audit and disclosure requirements or face delisting after a string of high-profile scandals. Picture shows the US flag outside the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP
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