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Luckin Coffee plans U.S. relisting two years after $300m scandal

Chinese chain's return to market could come as early as this year

Luckin executives at the opening bell for the group’s Nasdaq IPO in May 2019.   © Reuters

LONDON (Financial Times) -- Luckin Coffee is exploring plans to relist shares in the U.S. nearly two years after an accounting scandal in which the Chinese coffee chain fabricated more than $300 million of sales, according to two people familiar with the matter.

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