According to a report by the U.S. Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC) on the 6th local time, the New York Stock Exchange will re-promote the delisting process of three Chinese telecom operators.
The New York Stock Exchange said on the same day that it would promote the delisting process for China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom.
Previously, it was reported that the New York Stock Exchange was reconsidering the decision to stop delisting three large Chinese telecommunications companies due to the opposition of U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunyu responded on the 6th that the status of the United States as an international financial center depends on the trust of global enterprises and investors in the inclusiveness and certainty of its rules and systems.
Recently, some political forces in the United States have continued to suppress foreign companies listed in the United States for no reason, reflecting the arbitrariness, arbitrariness and uncertainty of their rules and systems.
Hua Chunqi said that the direct impact of the U.S. crack down on China’s related companies is quite limited, and the ultimate damage will be the interests and image of the United States of the United States and the global status of the U.S. capital market.
We hope that the United States will respect the rule of law and the market, and do more things to maintain the order of the global financial market, protect the legitimate rights and interests of investors and be beneficial to the stable development of the global economy.
I think not only China, but also other countries are watching what the United States does.
The behavior of the United States will determine whether its image in the eyes of the people of the world is untrustworthy, unreliable, and worth cooperation.