Our markets, our rules.
“WASHINGTON—Chinese companies with shares traded in America would be required to use auditors overseen by U.S. regulators or face being kicked off exchanges under a plan being drafted by regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.
“The proposal, which is likely to be issued for public comment in December, would address the disparate treatment that applies to Chinese companies going public in the U.S. The firms have long been able to sell shares here, yet their auditors violate a key investor protection: China hasn’t allowed their work to be inspected.”
So, here’s an idea: no auditors, no listing.
While we’re at it, keep producing fetanyl, and we send your embassy and consulate staff home.
And, we still see Red Ponzi fetanyl in the US, we next send home your students.
I know, I know. Just. Not. Happening. Especially if Corrupt Joe’s coup prevails.
But it should happen.