The New York Stock Exchange plans to delist three of China’s biggest telecommunications companies as soon as January 7 to comply with a US order restricting ownership of companies with ties to China’s military. Photo: AFP The New York Stock Exchange plans to delist three of China’s biggest telecommunications companies as soon as January 7 to comply with a US order restricting ownership of companies with ties to China’s military. Photo: AFP
The New York Stock Exchange plans to delist three of China’s biggest telecommunications companies as soon as January 7 to comply with a US order restricting ownership of companies with ties to China’s military. Photo: AFP

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What should investors do as China Mobile, other telecoms companies face US delisting?

  • China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom to be delisted in the US as soon as January 7
  • One option is for investors to exchange US American depositary shares for H shares in Hong Kong

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The New York Stock Exchange plans to delist three of China’s biggest telecommunications companies as soon as January 7 to comply with a US order restricting ownership of companies with ties to China’s military. Photo: AFP The New York Stock Exchange plans to delist three of China’s biggest telecommunications companies as soon as January 7 to comply with a US order restricting ownership of companies with ties to China’s military. Photo: AFP
The New York Stock Exchange plans to delist three of China’s biggest telecommunications companies as soon as January 7 to comply with a US order restricting ownership of companies with ties to China’s military. Photo: AFP
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