Chinese automobile firm Qiantu Motor is expected to make its debut in the U.S. by the end of December this year, with a valuation of $1.25 billion.
Didi Global, a leading ride-hailing platform in China, announced on April 16 that it will hold a special shareholders meeting at 19:00 on May 23 to vote on a voluntary delisting from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee on Monday announced that the company has successfully completed the restructuring of financial debt and has emerged from bankruptcy proceedings under United States code.
On Saturday, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), together with three other government departments, have released revisions to 2009's confidentiality rules involving legal offshore listings.
Latest moves from the Chinese regulatory authorities suggest that the long-running Sino-US audit dispute is likely to hit a new milestone.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Wednesday added five Chinese firms to a growing list of companies that may get delisted from domestic stock exchanges.
Autonomous driving startup TuSimple has reached an agreement with U.S. authorities to resolve security concerns around its self-driving truck operations and the company’s ties with China.
Starter, an international fashion sports brand, has recently received $40 million in C-round financing. The leading investor was QY Capital.
A U.S.-based subsidiary of Chinese electric vehicle (EV) firm NIO has recently signed a ten-year lease for an office building in San Jose, California, doubling the area of its current headquarters to roughly 18,580 square meters.
According to authoritative patent data released on Monday by IFI Claims, five enterprises from Greater China have entered into the list of top 50 U.S. Patent Assignees in 2021.
Chinese self-driving startup Pony.ai has voluntarily suspended the testing of autonomous vehicles in California after a minor collision during daily tests.
Chinese social media company Renren Inc.’s $300 million settlement with a group of investors who accused its co-founders of self-dealing was rejected by a New York state judge, sending its U.S. share price on a plunge of 53%.
According to a person familiar with the matter, New Oriental Education's subsidiary BlingABC began to offer online Chinese courses in the United States.
Chinese appliance manufacturer Gree replied on Sunday to recent reports of being handed an administrative fine of $91.2 million by U.S. authorities for selling defective dehumidifiers in the country.
On August 16, Gary Gensler, chairman of SEC, has asked SEC staff to temporarily suspend IPOs of shell companies by Chinese companies, and encourages investors to learn more about these companies' structures.
ByteDance has agreed to pay US$92 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over data privacy claims from some US TikTok users, following a year of litigation.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) said it would move forward with its plans to delist three Chinese major telecommunication companies after all.
On Monday, the U.S. government appealed a federal judge’s ruling blocking the administration’s ban on Chinese short video sharing app TikTok.
Huawei’s HiSilicon has chartered a cargo plane to ship Kirin and other related chips from Taiwan to mainland China as a measure to race against the clock before the latest US ban takes effect on Sept. 15, which demands chipmakers across the globe stop supplying semiconductors to Huawei.
The United States filed charges against China's telecom giant Huawei with allegations of stealing trade secrets from an American rival and committing bank fraud in violation of the sanctions against Iran on Jan. 28.