In-Depth: China Puts Listed Companies on Notice — Stay Clean or Get Out
The only thing harder than getting listed on China’s stock market is getting delisted. But that may be about to change.
New rules introduced in mid-November on mandatory delisting for companies that violate the law have put the markets on notice that illegal behavior will no longer be tolerated and will lead to the expulsion of firms found guilty of transgressions.
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