Chinese EV maker NIO successfully listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on Friday, beginning trading under the ticker symbol "NIO."
Information from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on Thursday shows that BYD Semiconductor updated its financial documents, and that its official review for a public listing has resumed.
Geely's commercial vehicle arm has been considering a public listing plan and will introduce external investors to carry out the move.
LinkDoc Technology Limited, a Chinese medical big data company, announced on Monday that it has withdrawn its application for a public listing in the United States.
California-based EV startup Faraday Future received a notice from the Nasdaq Stock Exchange on April 4, claiming that its delay in submitting a 2021 financial report (10-K form) violated terms for listing.
On Saturday, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), together with three other government departments, have released revisions to 2009's confidentiality rules involving legal offshore listings.
Latest moves from the Chinese regulatory authorities suggest that the long-running Sino-US audit dispute is likely to hit a new milestone.
On Sunday evening, the Shanghai Stock Exchange issued an urgent notice to make adjustments and convergence arrangements to cope with the city's snap lockdown.
Chinese beverage chain HeyTea has denied a report on Wednesday that it has been carrying out major internal layoffs, claiming that its adjustment of a small number of employees is part of its normal business operations.
Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee filed a document on Friday with the SEC, showing that the company had met conditions for reaching a settlement agreement whereby it will pay a fine of $180 million.
Reports have emerged that Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee is exploring plans to relist its shares in the U.S. following a high profile removal in June 2020. Luckin has since denied the report.
The Cyberspace Administration of China, the National Development and Reform Commission and 13 other government departments jointly revised and issued the "Measures for Network Security Review" on Tuesday.
Recently, the Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission has solicited opinions from the public on the plan to "accelerate the birth, expansion and prosperity of various market players in Shenzhen".
The rules include procedures for listing, trading and membership management within the new bourse, and are all on trial status currently.
The IPO and listing examination of BYD Semiconductor Co., Ltd., considered by investors to be the "number one car chip share," was suspended on August 18.