China strengthens company delisting rules to improve markets


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SHANGHAI: China's securities regulator issued draft rules on strengthening company delistings on Friday in a move to improve the quality of the stock market and protect investor interests.

Ther China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) strengthened delisting requirements to force unqualified companies to exit the market and vowed to step up efforts to audit delistings. - Reuters

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