At the regular press conference of China Ministry of Foreign Affairs held on the 2nd, a reporter asked: It is reported that the U.S. House of Representatives may pass a bill to restrict the listing of Chinese companies in the United States this week. How do you comment on this?
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said that this problem once again shows that the United States has adopted a discriminatory policy towards Chinese companies and politically suppressed Chinese companies.
As for the specific question you mentioned that the U.S. House of Representatives wants to vote on the Foreign Company Accountability Act, you can ask the competent authorities.
I can emphasize to you again in principle that in today’s highly globalized capital market, all parties concerned frankly strengthen cross-border regulatory cooperation, and strengthen dialogue and cooperation on issues such as protecting the legitimate rights and interests of investors. We firmly oppose the politicization of securities supervision.
We hope that the United States can provide a fair and just environment for foreign enterprises to invest and operate in the United States, instead of trying to set up obstacles.