Ride-Hailing Giant Didi To Withdraw From The New York Stock Exchange In A Bid To Appease The Tyrannical CCP
Dec. 6th, 2021 According to a story in Reuters on December 3rd,2021, it talks about how the ride-hailing giant Didi has said it has decided to withdraw from the New York Stock Exchange and instead pursue a listing in the Hong Kong exchange. It is common knowledge that Chinese regulators have pressured Didi’s top executives
Chinese Regulators Have Asked DiDi To Delist From U.S. Stock Exchanges
11/25/2021 Bloomberg: Chinese regulators are said to have asked DiDi to delist from NYSE. and DiDi is expected to receive a package of unprecedented penalties
The Significance of Delisting the Three Major Chinese Telecom Carriers From the NYSE, Says Mr. Miles Guo
On May 7, three Chinese telecom carriers, China Mobile, China Unicom (Hong Kong), and China Telcom, will be delisted from New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) after losing the appeal
MILESGUO 09/05: Coup mortel pour le PCC: trois grands fournisseurs de télécommunications sont radiés par le NYSE
Le PCC a construit la grande muraille numérique ( pour isoler les Chinois ) grâce à ces trois fournisseurs
NYSE Starts CNOOC Delisting Process
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) said it has initiated delisting proceedings against China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), which was implemented under an executive order from former U.S. President Donald Trump.
Can the Three China Telecom Companies Avoid Delisting?
On December 31, 2020, the NYSE announced to start the process of delisting securities of three major telecom operators of the CCP. However, to everyone's shock, the delisting plan was reversed by NYSE abruptly after only a few days
[Headline News] NYSE Started to Delist the 3 Chinese Telecom companies After Flip-Flops
NYSE started to delist the 3 Chinese military-owned companies China Telecom Corp. Ltd., China Mobile Ltd., and China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd. on Jan. 11, to comply with President Trump's Executive Order on addressing the threat from securities investments that finance the CCP owned companies.