The US Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted a rule that will help the agency delist from American stock markets such as the NYSE (pictured) any Chinese companies that fail to provide audit information. Photo: Reuters
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted a rule that will help the agency delist from American stock markets such as the NYSE (pictured) any Chinese companies that fail to provide audit information. Photo: Reuters

US takes new step on delisting Chinese companies from stock exchanges for audit violations

  • Rule threatens hundreds of Chinese businesses trading on US markets
  • Regulation is latest step in Washington’s broader pursuit of financial decoupling from Beijing

Topic |   US-listed Chinese stocks
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted a rule that will help the agency delist from American stock markets such as the NYSE (pictured) any Chinese companies that fail to provide audit information. Photo: Reuters
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted a rule that will help the agency delist from American stock markets such as the NYSE (pictured) any Chinese companies that fail to provide audit information. Photo: Reuters
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