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Financial decoupling: five things to know about US-China stocks delisting

One: it would be very expensive. Second: the process has already begun

Kicking Chinese companies off of U.S. exchanges could end up hurting America more.

HONG KONG/NEW YORK/TAIPEI/TOKYO -- It would be the most extreme escalation yet of the rivalry between Washington and Beijing: a restriction of Chinese companies' access to U.S. finance, including their forced delisting from U.S. stock exchanges.

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