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US-China tensions

Bill to delist Chinese companies heads to Trump's desk

Offers to go private flood in as enterprises consider exodus from US exchanges

Bin Li, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO, rings a bell as its stock begins trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in 2018. The company could be forced to delist under a bill expected to be signed by U.S. President Donald Trump.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- A bill that would delist Chinese companies not following American auditing rules after a buffer period looks set to be one of the last President Donald Trump signs into law in the coming days, after it unanimously passed the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday.

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