The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP
The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP

Chinese companies face limited ratings risk if they are forced to delist by the US: S&P

  • Of rated Chinese firms with primary US listings, only one faces potential default triggers, according to S&P
  • US has proposed rules that would require foreign issuers to delist if they do not share audits for review by January 2022

The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP
The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. China was the only country mentioned by name among non-cooperating jurisdictions in a report issued by The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets this month. Photo: AFP
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