China Mobile and two other Chinese telecommunications giants said they would seek to reverse their delistings from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP China Mobile and two other Chinese telecommunications giants said they would seek to reverse their delistings from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP
China Mobile and two other Chinese telecommunications giants said they would seek to reverse their delistings from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP

China Telecom, China Mobile and Unicom apply to New York Stock Exchange to reverse delistings ordered by Donald Trump

  • Request to review deslistings came as Joe Biden inaugurated as next US President
  • NYSE delisted three of China’s biggest telecoms in response to executive order by former US President Donald Trump

Topic |   Banking & Finance
China Mobile and two other Chinese telecommunications giants said they would seek to reverse their delistings from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP China Mobile and two other Chinese telecommunications giants said they would seek to reverse their delistings from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP
China Mobile and two other Chinese telecommunications giants said they would seek to reverse their delistings from the New York Stock Exchange. Photo: AP
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