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About 200 Chinese firms are at risk of getting kicked off the Nasdaq and NYSE
The companies must let American regulators inspect their financial audits, a fight that stretches over 20 years.
EU seeks to raise the drawbridge on companies that get foreign subsidies
It's an attempt to gain leverage over China.
Why the U.S. wants some Chinese firms booted off the stock exchange
The Trump administration is debating whether to push the New York Stock Exchange to delist tech giants Alibaba and Tencent.
Senate passes bill that could ban some Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges
The bill is intended to compel all foreign companies to allow U.S. regulators access to their accounting.
The U.S. strikes a deal with Chinese electronics giant ZTE
But ZTE will be hit with a $1 billion penalty.