In “Crackdown on Chinese Cos. Could Be a Double-Edged Sword” (Law360, 5 June 2020), Himamauli Das, senior vice president at K2 Intelligence FIN, discusses recent regulatory scrutiny on Chinese businesses listing on U.S. exchanges. According to Him, the frustration of U.S. regulators with what they see as the noncompliance of Chinese firms is understandable. What’s more, newer Chinese companies may be less inclined to undertake the time and expense of listing on a U.S. exchange if they risk getting kicked off after a few years. Him notes, “It isn’t a black or white issue. It’s an issue that falls into the area of gray.”
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