Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi announced on Monday that it will delist from the New York Stock Exchange. Didi plans to file Form 25 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on or after June 2.
According to the official website of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), 11 more Chinese firms were added to its "pre-delisting list" on May 9.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added more than 80 Chinese companies to a delisting watchlist on Wednesday, including JD.com, Bilibili and Pinduoduo.
Razer, a retailer of gaming peripherals, took a major step toward delisting its shares from the Hong Kong stock exchange on Tuesday, paving the way for the company to become a private entity.
Chinese new energy vehicle firm Li Auto responded that it was actively looking for solutions while ensuring that the company's actual business operation will not be affected.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added 17 Chinese companies including Li Auto, Best Inc. and KE Holdings to its delisting watchlist on Thursday.
Tuniu, a leading online leisure travel company in China, announced on Monday that it had received a warning from the Nasdaq on April 13.
Charles Zhang, the founder, chairman and CEO of Chinese internet company Sohu.com Limited, on Monday denied rumors of the company's required delisting from U.S. stock exchanges.
Didi Global, a leading ride-hailing platform in China, announced on April 16 that it will hold a special shareholders meeting at 19:00 on May 23 to vote on a voluntary delisting from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Beleaguered electric vehicle startup Faraday Future has taken further disciplinary actions recently, including the removal of founder Jia Yueting as an executive officer.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added 12 China Concepts Stock companies to a delisting watchlist on Tuesday.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Wednesday added five Chinese firms to a growing list of companies that may get delisted from domestic stock exchanges.
Reports that Chinese regulators are pushing for so-called variable interest entities to drop their listings in the United States are a “complete misreading and misinterpretation” of the regulations, the CSRC said in a statement on Sunday.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing said on its Weibo account on Friday that, after careful study, the company will start the delisting process from the NYSE and plan its listing in Hong Kong.
MBK Partners has completed the compulsory acquisition of CAR Inc., which is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of MBK.