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Chinese telcos test Biden on Day One with NYSE listing plea

State-run trio ask US exchange in unified requests to reconsider recent delistings

The decision by the New York Stock Exchange to delist three Chinese telecommunication companies came after dramatic U-turns by the exchange.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- China's three largest telecommunications operators have asked the New York Stock Exchange to reverse its recent decision to have them delisted, and their timing suggests that the state-owned telcos are testing how beholden the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden will be to its predecessor's China policy.

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