China's foreign ministry responds as firms on SEC list for possible delisting exceeds 100
The inclusion of Chinese companies on the list is a step by the US side to enforce relevant laws and does not mean they will be delisted, the Foreign Ministry said.
NIO responds to being added to SEC's list of firms facing possible delisting
NIO said it will continue to comply with Chinese and US laws and regulations, and strive to maintain its listing status on both the NYSE and the HKEX.
NIO, XPeng and 86 others added to SEC's list of firms facing possible delisting
To date, a total of 23 companies have been added to the conclusive list, and another 105 are on the list of companies facing possible delisting.
China, US in talks over on-site audit inspections, report says
The Chinese government is discussing with US regulators the logistics of allowing on-site audit inspections of Chinese companies listed in New York, according to Bloomberg.
Li Auto responds to being placed on SEC's list for possible delisting
Li Auto said that inclusion on the list is not equivalent to delisting from the US and that it will not have any impact on the company's actual business operations.
BREAKING: 17 firms, including Li Auto, added to SEC list for possible delisting
The 17 companies are the fifth to be added to the list, and they have until May 12 to provide evidence to the SEC that they are not eligible for delisting.
BREAKING: CSRC official says uncertainty over audit issues for Chinese firms will soon be removed
China will allow the PCAOB to conduct its review legally and reasonably, and this uncertainty is believed to be removed soon, said Fang Xinghai, vice chairman of the CSRC.
BREAKING: China's securities regulator issues new draft regulation, hinting at positive surprise on audit issues
"This reflects the consistent openness of Chinese regulators to cross-border audit and regulatory cooperation and is in line with relevant international practices," the CSRC said.
BREAKING: China considers allowing full US access to most firms' audits, report says
If the plan goes ahead, it would mark an unusual reversal by Beijing, potentially ending a decades-long dispute, Bloomberg reported.
Chinese securities regulator responds after more firms placed on SEC list for possible delisting
Whether the companies are actually delisted in the next two years will ultimately depend on the progress and outcome of the US-China audit and regulatory cooperation, the CSRC said.