Chinese Companies Delisting from U.S. Indices? Maybe Not

Chinese Companies Delisting from U.S. Indices? Maybe Not

By Connie Loizos It was the the big story not so long ago. As of mid-June, 14 U.S.-traded China-based companies had received buyout offers valued at a collective $22.4 billion, according to Dealogic. The highest profile of the bunch was Internet services provider Qihoo 360, which, several weeks ago, announced it had received a buyout offer led by its chairman and CEO — one that would make it the… Read More

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