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Chinese internet leviathan Sina said today its North American website has stopped updating news and its services have been taken offline due to the company's business adjustment. The move came amid previously reported plans to take the US-listed $SINA private.

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S&P Dow Jones Indices said it will no longer delete the US-listed shares of three Chinese telcos

Secondary flotations of US-listed Chinese firms buoy 2021 outlook as Hong Kong lands second place in world IPO rankings

Chinese tenants, landlords left dismayed by Danke debacle after US-listed firm fails to pay up, leading to evictions

9. Typical topics for negotiation each year include internet censorship, foreign investment approval, cybersecurity, currency manipulation, tariffs, regulation of US-listed Chinese companies, etc. - adapted to whatever has been in the news lately.

US-listed Chinese companies face delisting threat under audit law | Congress passes legislation to force groups to adhere to American accounting standards @FT ⁩


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Trump admin plans to scrap a 2013 pact between US, #China  #auditing  authorities soon, @StateDept  official says, a move that could foreshadow a broader crackdown on US-listed Chinese firms under fire for sidestepping American disclosure rules. #IPO 

#China says US effort to delist Chinese firms in New York is “political manipulation” but takes softer tone calling for resolution through dialogue. @SEC_Enforcement , @USTreasury  advise US-listed Chinese firms must meet US auditing standards by Jan 2022.

@larry_kudlow  is spot on. I’ve called for additional protections & warnings for American investors about how US-listed Chinese companies undermine transparency & confidence in US markets. It's time for the US to crack down on Chinese-owned companies.

I applaud @POTUS  for taking steps to protect American investors. Last month, I urged the SEC to review their policies & end coordination with US-listed Chinese-based companies. We can't allow Communist China to get away with flouting our laws.

Yesterday, I wrote to US stock exchanges, major pension plans & underwriters urging them to review their policies & discontinue coordination with US-listed Chinese-based companies. We can’t allow Communist China to get away with flouting our laws & harming American investments.

Hours after the US listed around 1,300 Chinese products that it plans to hit with an additional 25% tariff, China announced new retaliatory measures against 106 US products, including soybeans. Click on our latest CNC Talk for more.

Chinese police detain female teacher suspected of abusing kids at US-listed nursery