The US Congress should enact legislation requiring Chinese companies that are publicly listed in the US to disclose any political and financial links to Beijing, according to a new report. Photo: AFP The US Congress should enact legislation requiring Chinese companies that are publicly listed in the US to disclose any political and financial links to Beijing, according to a new report. Photo: AFP
The US Congress should enact legislation requiring Chinese companies that are publicly listed in the US to disclose any political and financial links to Beijing, according to a new report. Photo: AFP

Compel Chinese companies listed in US to disclose party links, Congress urged

  • Influential US-China Economic and Security Review Commission wants tougher rules for Chinese companies publicly listed in the US
  • Lack of disclosure and oversight ‘opens the door to adverse activities’

Topic |   US-China relations
The US Congress should enact legislation requiring Chinese companies that are publicly listed in the US to disclose any political and financial links to Beijing, according to a new report. Photo: AFP The US Congress should enact legislation requiring Chinese companies that are publicly listed in the US to disclose any political and financial links to Beijing, according to a new report. Photo: AFP
The US Congress should enact legislation requiring Chinese companies that are publicly listed in the US to disclose any political and financial links to Beijing, according to a new report. Photo: AFP
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